DIY: romantic rose punch

A recipe with a hint of love

Are you looking for the perfect tipple to surprise your loved one with on Valentine's Day? Are you looking to create a stir? This romantic rose punch is the perfect choice. It's easy to make, tasty and looks just beautiful served in your favourite glassware. Learn how to make this Valentine's Day rose punch now!

DIY: romantische rozenpunch
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Want to make your sweetheart's heart beat faster? You're going to need to look beyond serving them a beer or a glass of wine. There's nothing wrong with the classics, of course, but a homemade punch not only looks spectacular, it tastes that way too!

This punch is surprising, refreshing and contains just enough roses to imply romance. In short: it's the ideal love potion for the most romantic day of the year. Take a quick look at the supplies below and the step-by-step plan for making a romantic rose punch. 

Prefer not to serve the rose punch on an empty stomach? Then accompany your love potion with these delicious pastries with edible flowers, or surprise your lover with this ultimate breakfast full of love, and serve the rose punch on the side. With such thoughtful homemade treats, having a successful Valentine's Day is practically guaranteed.

You will need

  • Your favourite glassware - pull out the special ones for this special occasion
  • Sieve
  • A small saucepan
  • Edible rose petals
  • 400 g sugar
  • 240 ml water
  • 750 ml dry white wine
  • 750 ml sparkling mineral water
  • A sprinkle of love

Get to work

  1. Combine the sugar and the water in the saucepan and heat the mixture on a medium heat. Stir regularly until the sugar has dissolved, then turn the heat down and add the edible rose petals.
  2. Leave to simmer on a low heat for 15 minutes, making sure the mixture it doesn’t boil. Turn off the heat after 15 minutes and leave to cool for 2-3 hours.
  3. Sieve the rose water mixture to ensure that there are no rose petals left behind.
  4. Place ice cubes in attractive glasses, add the rose water, wine and mineral water and decorate the rose punch with edible rose petals.
  5. Serve with love! 


Looking for ideas on tips for the most romantic day of the year? Get inspired with our recipe for tartlets with edible flowers, or make your boo a delicious breakfast in bed to spoil them to way they deserve. Discover the different love languages to give your sweetheart a Valentine's Day they'll never forget. Don't forget to follow us on PinterestInstagram and Facebook for your daily dose of floral inspiration!  

Happy Valentine's Day!

*Note: don't just sink your teeth into any cut flower or plant. Only use edible flowers from specialist suppliers that have been grown for consumption.