Sparkling Meyer Lemonade by OhMyVeggies.com

Sparkling Meyer Lemonade in glasses on a white tabletop with lemon wedges floating in them

This Lightly Sweetened Sparkling Meyer Lemonade is bright, tart, and effervescent. It’s impossible to be in a funky mood when you’re drinking sparkling lemonade. Impossible!

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Lightly Sweetened Sparkling Meyer Lemonade

Prep Time

5 minutes

Total Time

5 minutes

Yield

3 servings

Ingredients

  • 1/4 c. Meyer lemon juice (about 4-5 lemons)
  • 3 tbsp. agave nectar
  • 3 1/2 c. sparkling water

Instructions

  1. Combine all ingredients in a resealable bottle. Close bottle and shake until well-combined. Let lemonade sit for a few minutes before opening (and open carefully!). Add ice cubes, additional agave nectar, and lemon slices when serving if desired.

Comments

Great minds think alike. πŸ™‚ I had trouble finding Meyer lemons when we were in Wisconsin–I suspect that being closer to the source helps. And I think these were the last of this year’s crop. They weren’t looking too hot.

Love that life handed you lemons this week and you literally made lemonade πŸ™‚ Sounds like a delicious way to welcome the warmer weather. I know I said we were done with trees, but we couldn’t resist planing a key lime/meyer lemon cocktail tree. It’s teeny tiny so it will probably be a while before it bears fruit, but I can’t wait! Hope your week continues to improve from here.

Meyer lemons and key limes?! Clearly that is the BEST FRUIT TREE EVER. I planted a tangerine seed a few weeks ago & it just sprouted, so at least you’ll be enjoying your lemons and limes before my tangerine tree starts bearing fruit. πŸ™‚

Yummy! This sounds delicious, too. Sadly, I haven’t seen Meyer lemons in ages…but I do have a Soda Stream and a grapefruit – maybe I’ll give that a whirl!

I’m glad your week is finally picking up! That stinks about the camera. I’ve made lemonade before, but never with meyer lemons or agave. I have yet to see meyer lemons sold in the supermarket here (I was shocked when I finally saw blood oranges one day), but if I ever do I am making this!

Tempting! I’ve (inadvertently) killed several cuttings from my parents’ fig trees though, so I’m not sure I want to subject the little plants to myself. πŸ™‚

The Sodastream is amazing. I only drink soda on Saturdays, but I drink a lot of sparkling water & sparkling water/juice mixes, so it is awesome for that. I think now there’s another thing that you can use to carbonate water–it screws onto bottles. I don’t know what it’s called, but I’ve seen it at Williams-Sonoma.

My camera is fine, but my lens broke. My husband put it back together, but it was having trouble focusing, so I bought a new (different) one which came in the mail yesterday. I am loving it!

They have a really distinctive flavor and they’re so fragrant–I love them! I don’t think I ever saw them in the grocery stores when I was in Wisconsin, so I’m happy that they’re easy to find in North Carolina. I’m sure as they become more popular, they’ll start selling them in more locations!

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