Loaded with summer fruit, these peach cocktails taste like sunshine in a glass.
One sip, and you’ll feel like you’re on a sandy beach, toes in the water, sun on your face.
20 Sweet Peach Cocktails & Drinks Recipes
From fresh peach margaritas and sangria recipes to peach daiquiris, these refreshing drinks are full of tropical taste.
Whether you’re a cocktail connoisseur or just someone who loves drinking delicious alcoholic drinks, you’ll love this list.
With these easy yet amazing recipes, you’ll be able to whip up a sophisticated drink in minutes.
And really, what screams summer more than a tray full of bright peach cocktails?
Flavored with warming spices and punchy peach, this gorgeous drink is temptingly different.
It’s perfect for festive occasions, whether you’re getting together on a warm summer night or having a Christmas Eve tipple.
Made with fresh peach and aromatic mint leaves, it’s bursting with botanicals. I
t’s all underpinned with smoky bourbon, brown sugar syrup, and a dash of ginger beer.
Made with peach vodka and Kentucky bourbon, this cocktail is not for the faint-hearted.
It’s deceptively light, though, thanks to the addition of lemonade and fresh, ripe peaches.
(Check out my post on how to tell if a peach is ripe to get the best ones!)
This is an easy-drinker that goes down easy. Almost too easy!
The origins of the margarita are shrouded in mystery.
Some say it was created in Mexico in the 1930s. Others claim it dates back to 1940s California where a smitten bartender made it in honor of an attractive German socialite.
I say, forget where it came from and reinvent it right in your own kitchen.
This recipe sticks to the traditional formula of tequila, triple sec, and lime but adds a twist – fresh peach puree and a hint of honey.
The result is something cocktail historians will talk about for years to come. Invented now, in your kitchen – the peachy summer margarita of your dreams.
Old-fashioneds are simple to make, but full of complex flavor.
The trick is to get the balance right in mixing together whiskey, sweet syrup, and a touch of bitters.
In this recipe, these core components are mixed with fruit and botanicals for a unique blend that definitely hits all the right notes.
Homemade peach simple syrup, peach liqueur, and lavender bitters make this a fun Old-Fashioned unlike any you’ve tried before.
The secret to this flavorful cocktail is the magic ingredient – peach-thyme-infused simple syrup.
Sweet and tangy, it’s a gorgeous pairing that works wonderfully with white rum and seltzer.
If you’re not a fan of rum, feel free to use vodka. It’ll taste just as light and refreshing.
There is a little bit of work involved in this cocktail. For real peachy flavor, you’ll have to make the syrup yourself beforehand.
But it’s so worth it, and you can store any leftover syrup in the fridge for even more cocktail goodness!
If you like your cocktails sweet, light, and a little risque, try this sparkling fuzzy navel.
It’s full of fruit flavors – peaches, cranberry, and pineapple- with peach schnapps and prosecco.
Fun and flirty, this is perfect for a girl’s night out, even if that night out involves hanging out at home in your PJs.
Get your cocktail shaker ready for this gorgeous aperitif.
It’s made with whiskey, lemon juice, peach liqueur, and maple syrup, for a drink that’s not too sweet, not too sharp, but just right.
If you can’t get to a Cuban beach, this summer smoothie is the next best thing.
Fresh peaches, white rum, simple syrup, and peach schnapps make this intensely fruity while a dash of lime adds a piquant finish.
Light and refreshing, it’s a fruity crowd-pleaser, so be sure to make up a big pitcher… you’ll need it!
Martinis ooze elegance and sophistication.
So if you’re throwing a party where you want to impress, serve up these peach martinis.
They’re like grown-up fruit juice, made with vodka and triple sec. And they look beautiful too! Bright golden, these taste and look like sunshine.
In a hurry to get back to your guests? Serve this simple bellini at your next party and enjoy fuss-free hosting.
All you’ll need for this summer treat is three ingredients and 5 minutes.
It’s made with frozen peaches, mango nectar, and sparkling prosecco.
Process the peaches and nectar in the blender until thick and smooth, then pour into a tall glass, top up with prosecco, and decorate with peach slices.
Mimosas are a brunch-time treat, best served on lazy weekends.
Next time you get a cocktail craving in the middle of the day, reach for this recipe.
It’s made with sparkling wine, peach juice, and raspberry liqueur.
Sweeter than the usual orange-based version, this is well worth trying if your mimosa game is getting stale.
If you associate daiquiris with tropical vacations, you’re not alone.
This classic fruit cocktail was created in the Caribbean, first served up in a Cuban bar.
You can recreate that vacay feeling with this peach version. Made with fresh peaches, white rum, and lime, it’s zesty and fun!
This sweet and spicy drink comes with a kick. A frothy blend of mezcal and fruits, it’s a must for cocktail connoisseurs.
Blend up a smooth peach puree, add ginger beer, mezcal, and jalapenos. Then, serve over ice.
If you’re bored with beer, give this unique tongue-tingler a try!
Is it dessert? Is it a cocktail? Do you really care?
Flavored with peaches, brown sugar, cinnamon, and nutmeg, this tastes just like peach pie in a glass.
But it wouldn’t be a cocktail without a dash (or two!) of alcohol, so there’s a generous glug of bourbon in there too.
This smoky liqueur adds dark, treacly notes, leaving a gorgeous caramel-like aftertaste.
This adult-themed drink is sinfully delicious.
Fruity, sweet, and very intense, it’s a drink that’s ready to party.
If you’re not a big fan of the taste of alcohol, this is probably your favorite cocktail.
The tongue-tingling blend of fruit juices deliciously disguises the spirits.
But they are there. Vodka and peach schnapps are stirred together with cranberry juice, grapefruit juice, and a dash of lemon juice.
Garnish with cherries and try to steer clear of beaches!
This luscious cocktail is the ultimate in flirty summer fun.
Bright, vibrant, and full of fruit, it’s a tropical-tasting tipple loaded with Malibu rum and peach schnapps.
Add pineapple juice, orange juice, and grenadine for even more color and sweetness.
You have to go big with this one. Stir up a pitcher, serve with tiny cocktail umbrellas, garnish with fruit – get creative and enjoy!
This aptly-named liquid sunshine cocktail is the perfect drink when you’re sweating it out this summer.
It’s also great during frozen winters when you’re dreaming of summer and need a little pick-me-up.
It’s made with just five ingredients and no fancy cocktail equipment.
Simply stir together Malibu rum, orange juice, pineapple juice, and peach schnapps.
This recipe shows you how to get a tropical vacation without ever leaving your house!
Boozy fruit and sweet, refreshing juice – what’s not to love about sangria?!
This recipe is perfect for a crowd. It’s not just delicious, it’s also very versatile.
You can stick to peaches and berries as the recipe suggests, or just use whatever fruit you have in the cupboards.
Nectarines and oranges would also be great in this light and fruity blend.
Just don’t forget the booze!
Take things up a notch with a dry white wine like pinot grigio and throw in some peach liqueur to bring out that glorious peachy flavor.
This recipe cooks the peaches before throwing them into your martini, and it’s a genius move.
When you roast peaches, you unlock all their sweet taste and add caramelized sweet notes.
Blended with coconut oil, cream, and white chocolate liqueur, they turn into dreamy deliciousness.
Serving these for a festive occasion? Top with a fluffy dollop of whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles.
Straight out of the southern states, this refreshing summer soother is one to sip on the porch.
It has all the flavor of real Georgia peach, mixed with dark bourbon, and topped off with fruity lemonade.
This thirst-quenching treat is the best way to beat the summer heat. It’s a great way to celebrate 4th July, or any steamy summer night.
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