Chamomile-Grapefruit Sparkler (cooling & calming)


Fresh Grapefruit

Chamomile Syrup (see recipe below)

Tonic Water*

Dreamer’s Bitters


  1. Juice the grapefruit
  2. Add the grapefruit juice to a glass with ice, then stir in the Chamomile syrup
  3. Optional: Add 1-2 fl oz of gin or vodka
  4. Top the glass with tonic or seltzer water
  5. Add ¼ tsp of Dreamer’s Bitters and give a stir
  6. Garnish with bee pollen, a slice of grapefruit, or fresh chamomile flowers

* Make your own with our DIY Blend, our Tonic Syrup or use a pre-made high-quality, craft tonic water without high fructose corn syrup or artificial flavors

Chamomile-Honey Syrup


1 oz Dried Chamomile flowers

1 cup Honey



  1. Add 1 oz dried chamomile flowers and 16 fl oz of water to a small sauce pot.
  2. Bring to a boil and immediately remove from heat. Cover the pot with a lid and let steep for 10 minutes.
  3. Strain the chamomile from the liquid using a fine mesh strainer or sieve. You should have 12 fl oz of infusion.
  4. Add 1/2 cup of honey to every cup of infusion. If you yielded 12 fl oz of infusion, add 3/4 cups honey. If you only got 8 fl oz of infusion, just add 1/2 cup of honey (This doesn’t have to be exact, it’s more a matter of preference; you can add equal parts honey and infusion if you like it sweeter. The more honey you add, the longer the syrup will keep.
  5. Store the syrup in an airtight container and keep refrigerated. It will keep for 2-4 weeks.