Earl Grey and Lavender Gin Fizz

Earl Grey and Lavender Gin Fizz

Let’s talk Equali-tea! This spin on a gin fizz was created during Women’s Equality Month (It’s in March, in case you didn’t know). I was very focused on the theme of equality and couldn’t help coming up with a pun-inspired drink.

Gin is a new addition to my arsenal. I didn’t like it until about a year or so ago, but now I love using it in cocktails. The botanical flavor goes so well with the subtle tea flavor and the kick of lavender. The lavender simple syrup is just enough to give you the calming flavors without tasting like straight-up soap.

Earl Grey and Lavender Gin Fizz with lavender "confetti"

What Makes a Gin Fizz Fizzy?

That is a good question! Old school cocktails included egg white. The egg white was added into the cocktail shaker with the base ingredients and shaken with the ice. It created a foam-like effect for the drink. Of course, modern bars have moved away from using the egg white in their drinks to accommodate egg-free and vegan lifestyles. Now, you can add your fizz with good ol’ club soda. I kicked it old school with this recipe and included the egg-white. Obvs it is OPTIONAL

How Does The Cocktail Come Together?


Earl Grey Lavender Simple Syrup

  1. 1/2 Cup Water
  2. 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  3. 2 tbsp lavender buds
  4. 3 black tea bags or a little shy of 1/4 cup loose tea leaves


  1. 2 oz gin
  2. 1 oz simple syrup
  3. 1 oz fresh lemon juice
  4. 1 egg white – room temp
  5. Ice
  6. Splash of club soda


Simple Syrup

  • Bring water, sugar, and lavender to boil over medium-high heat- once sugar dissolved, remove from heat and steep tea for 10 minutes. Makes enough syrup for several cocktails


  • Combine gin, simple syrup, lemon juice, and egg white in cocktail shaker (or mason jar with lid if no shaker).
  • Shake shake shake to get the egg frothy
  • Add ice and shake some more! About 30 seconds
  • Pour into long stemmed cocktail glass (I prefer martini glasses) and top with desired amount of club soda
  • If you omit egg white, just increase club soda
  • Garnish with dried lavender buds

Let me know if you give this drink a try! Perfect way to jazz up any event

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Earl Grey and Lavender Gin Fizz

Difficulty:BeginnerPrep time: 5 minutesCook time: 5 minutesRest time: 10 minutesTotal time: 35 minutesServings:1 cocktail Best Season:Available


This Earl Grey & Lavender Gin Fizz is subtle in color but BRIGHT in flavor. The tea and lavender pair so well and create a soothing cocktail.


    Simple Syrup

  • Cocktail


    Simple Syrup

  1. Bring water, sugar, and lavender too boil over medium high heat until sugar dissolved
  2. Once dissolved, remove from heat and add tea bags. Steep for 10 minutes. Will make enough simple syrup for several cocktails.
  3. Cocktail

  4. Combine gin, simple syrup, lemon juice, and egg white in shaker. Shake shake shake until frothy
  5. Add ice and shake about 30-45 seconds more until you feel the shaker get cold
  6. Pour into long-stemmed cocktail glass through strainer and top with desired amount of club soda (see notes)
  7. Add dried lavender buds for garnish


  • Can omit egg white and increase amount of club soda. You will shake drink without the egg white and then add the club soda once poured into glass
  • If no cocktail shaker, can use mason jar with lid. Best to strain drink when pouring to get the foam into the drink but keep out loose egg white and ice
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SC based recipe and content developer, food photographer and stylist, and blogger with a focus on reduced-guilt recipes. I believe food is meant to be enjoyed but shouldn't require cups of sugar and artificial ingredients to taste good. I create easy recipes for savory and sweet eats and treats, bright cocktails, as well as fun meal prep tips and tricks. Grab a fork and dig in!

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