Rosemary Citrus Lemonade

How to Make Rosemary Lemonade with Your Juicer

  • by Robin Frey
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Citrus is paired with rosemary and local honey for an immune boosting juice that tastes a little bit like a tropical lemonade.

Yield 12 oz
Calories 155 cal
Yield and calories may vary depending on produce used and method of extraction.
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Summer is approaching, so we're sharing one of our favorite homemade lemonade recipes to help you beat the heat!

two glasses of citrus rosemary lemonade on a table

But this isn't your conventional lemonade recipe made with cold water, lemon juice and simple syrup/sugar. Rather, this Rosemary Lemonade is a juicer-made creation from the mind of our brilliant chef, Ari Sexner.

Unlike most online lemonade recipes, you won't need a small saucepan, strainer or even ice cubes. All you need is fresh produce, a bit of honey and your trusty juicer.

Click here to skip straight to the ingredient list and instructions. Read on to learn why we love this Rosemary Lemonade.

Why We Love This Homemade Rosemary Lemonade Recipe

Sweet, fruity and bold, this summer drink is the perfect antidote for a warm day.

Here's what Chef Ari had to say about it:

The inspiration for this juice was actually from a cocktail I had at a Spanish restaurant. It sounded kind of odd but was amazing, it was a mix of a light beer and strong lemonade, with a few drops of rosemary oil.

The rosemary really fortified the pairing and knew I wanted to work on developing a non-alcoholic, juice bar-friendly version. Since rosemary is actually pretty good for boosting the immune system, I figured it would work well with not only some produce items high in vitamin C, but also a little bit of local honey. If you prefer agave or maple syrup, either of those can be substituted to replace the honey.

Taste is just one piece of the puzzle. This recipe was also constructed based on the health benefits of these fresh ingredients.

citrus rosemary lemonade ingredients on a table

Let's run through some of the notable benefits provided by each ingredient (you will notice a lot of overlap, magnifying the positive effects):

  • Pineapple: High in Vitamin C and Manganese. Reduces inflammation. Antioxidant rich. Supports immune health. Improves digestion. Increases energy.
  • Orange: High in Vitamin C and B9-Folate. Supports immune health. Reduces inflammation. Antioxidant rich. Can help lower blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol. Promotes heart and skin health.
  • Lemon: High in Vitamin C. Lemon juice is a natural antibiotic. Reduces inflammation. Antioxidant rich. Supports immune health. Helps digestion.
  • Rosemary: High in Vitamin C and A. Antibacterial and antiseptic properties. Helps with memory. Liver detoxifier.
  • Honey: Supports immune health. Increases energy. Promotes sleep. Antioxidant rich.

Now, it's time to clip a few sprigs off of your rosemary bush and dive into the recipe.

You may also like: Refreshing Watermelon Lime Juice.

citrus rosemary lemonade garnished with orange slices

Equipment note: We used the M-1 commercial juice press to make this recipe, but you can use pretty much any type of juicer. Just keep in mind that the quality will always be higher when using a juice press.

Learn more about the industry-leading commercial juicers we use to make our recipes.

Health Benefits

  • reduces inflammation
  • supports immune system
  • increases energy
  • antioxidant
  • improves digestion
  • lowers cholesterol


  • pineapple
    10.7 oz
    1/5 pineapple
  • orange
    8.4 oz
    1 3/4 medium oranges
  • lemon
    0.8 oz
    1/4 medium lemon
  • fresh rosemary sprigs
    0.4 oz
    9 rosemary sprigs
  • local raw honey
    0.7 oz
    1 1/2 tablespoons (20 grams)


  1. Wash produce thoroughly.

  2. Remove the green crown from the pineapple and peel the orange.

  3. Weigh the ingredients.

  4. Pick the rosemary leaves from the stems.

  5. Quarter the lemon (leaving skin on) and place directly into the press. If you don’t have a juice press, peel the lemon and juice with the rest of the ingredients.

  6. If you have a juice press, grind the remaining ingredients together and press.

  7. Add the honey to a bowl and slowly whisk in the juice until dissolved.

Pro Tips

  • Mix with iced tea for the best Arnold Palmer you’ve ever tasted!

  • Garnish with an orange slice, a lemon slice and/or a sprig of rosemary to take your presentation up a notch.

  • Remove the green crown, but leave the skin on the pineapple if you’re using a Goodnature juice press. It contains a high concentration of valuable nutrients.

  • Love carbonated drinks? Add sparkling water for a bit of fizzy goodness.

  • Want to make enough for the whole week? Fill a few mason jars and refrigerate. Shelf life will vary based on your juicer. See this article for help with determining how long your juice will last:



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  1. I am looking for cold press juicer for vegetable.


    1. Hi Adrian,

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