Wild Blueberry Lemonade

wild blueberry lemonade

Wild blueberry lemonade is super delicious, easy to make and a great drink on a hot summer day. Try this blueberry lemonade from foraged blueberries and you will immediately notice how strong and sweet the blueberries taste.

Blueberries are super-berries in terms of vitamins and minerals, and I will definitely recommend you to find the berries in the woods yourself. You can drink the blueberry lemonade as it is, or mixed up 1:1 with water or sparkling water if you want it to last a little longer. If you are into alcohol, a bit of vodka can be added and you have a wonderful alcoholic drink.

Wild blueberry lemonade

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Course Side dishes/snacks
Servings 6


Simple syrup

  • 2.5 deciliters (1 cup) sugar
  • 2.5 deciliters (1 cup) water

Blueberry puree

  • 5 deciliters (2 cups) fresh blueberries
  • ½ deciliter (1/4 cup) water
  • Juice from a lemon


Simple syrup

  • In a saucepan, heat up water and sugar and bring to a boil until the sugar has dissolved. Set aside and let it cool.

Blueberry puree

  • Blend the blueberries together with half a deciliter (3 tablespoons) of water and the lemon juice. Mash the blended blueberries through a sieve with a tablespoon to get as much juice through as possible.


  • Mix the simple syrup and the concentrated blueberry juice and serve it with ice cubes, lemon slices and a few fresh blueberries on top. Drink the lemonade as it is, or mix it up 1:1 with water or sparkling water.
Keyword Blueberries, lemonade


  1. Nordic Forest Foods Reply

    Hello there,
    I would love to hear your opinion about this lemonade! Did you drink it with family or friends? Did you forage the blueberries yourself? Or do you have any other comments you would like to share? Please let us know here in the comments!

    Best regards,
    Helena Kirk
    Nordic Forest Foods

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