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These lovely peach cocktail recipes are a treat for the eye, and the palate! Dive into some delightful chilled, sweetened and fruity flavors that come with a style of cocktail that’s certainly an intriguing addition to your spring and summer wine parties, BBQ outings and general warm-weather patio shenanigans.
These cocktails top our list with some delightfully bright and fun colors that will compliment just about any occasion marvelously well. Think about adding a fruity and delicious twist to your favorite dish, or serve it up sweet with a luscious peach and berry infused cocktail creation after a meal! Impress your guests with a drink that’s inspired by the fancy-free mood that encapsulates a raucous summer outing in style. After all, cocktails should always make a statement. Below we’ll dive into what makes these peach cocktails recipes such a glorious addition to a warm summer’s evening.
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The wonderful array of fun and fruity flavors in these soon-to-be favorites make a wonderful addition to your cocktail recipes book. If you’re thinking to yourself, ‘hrmmm, I really should keep one of those going’, you’re totally right! Recipes often get lost in the shuffle, especially in the digital world nowadays. Kick off your collection of delicious and entertaining cocktail recipes to break out when the sun comes out with something crisp, decadent and refreshing.
What makes a delightfully colorful and fun peach cocktail recipe shine? Of course it’s the fruity and refreshing ingredients! The best thing about these peach cocktail recipes is that you can use them as inspiration for your summer themed outings, brunches and parties!
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Another thing to love about these cocktails is just how well they look on a brunch spread! The peach color plays so wonderfully alongside brunch foods, fruit trays and they might even just give mimosas a run for their money. Seriously, the sweet and delicate flavors you can pack into one of these cocktails with just a little bit of experimentation, (or by starting off with one of the recipes below!) Is such a fun way to treat your guests to something special. Did I mention they’re perfect for a tall pitcher and some ice? Break out your favorite glass ware and serve these in a chilled vessel with ice for a two-in-one statement piece on the table, and a welcoming, chilled cocktail everyone can enjoy!
When made correctly, a margarita is one of the most refreshing and satisfying drinks you will ever taste. This Cantaloupe Skinny Margarita is made with fresh juices, fresh cantaloupe, liquor, and agave for a drink you can’t resist.
Feeling a little Exotic? We have the perfect tropical twist drink that is sure to hit the spot this summer season. Our Exotic Twist: Pineapple Orange Pina Colada Recipe is a must try and is sure to be a new favorite!
Who doesn’t love delicious treats like caramel apples? This caramel apple cocktail is the perfect way to enjoy a little indulgence and a healthy dose of nostalgia. The recipe makes one, 8 oz glass but you could easily make this Caramel Apple Butterscotch Cocktail in bulk as well.
Looking for the perfect fall inspired Martini? Look no further, our Salted Caramel Pumpkin Martini Recipe is the ULTIMATE fall time delight. Infused with Pumpkin spiced Bailey’s, Salted Carmel Liqueur, and Pumpkin Pie filling this Martini is the perfect drink to mix up to celebrate anything involving fall time.
A strawberry mimosa—made with champagne or cider for a mocktail—would be a lovely start to a leisurely weekend. If you’re making a fancy brunch or just toast in your jammies, this mimosa should shake off any Sunday Scaries.
Maybe it’s because sunrise is a peachy-pink that there are so many peach-colored mimosa options out there. This tempting variant involves making a grapefruit simple syrup with mint leaves and honey, and then mixing it in a flute glass with prosecco (with a suggestion of sparkling grape juice or soda water for a mocktail version). Yum!
Jane and Sonja over at Sustain My Cooking Habit rave that this is their favorite summer cocktail: peach-colored and peach-flavored, it’s a breeze to assemble, serves 8, and you can even use a liter of peach juice if you’re not feeling like peeling and blending a bunch of fruit. Fill a pitcher with sparkling wine, add juice, and voila—a little fruit garnish and you’ve got fancy drinks to impress your guests. Or yourself. We don’t judge.
True story: margaritas were my “gateway” cocktail when I was 21. My friends and I usually made less-than-awesome drinks in the dorm bathroom with an ancient blender, tequila and a bottom-shelf mixer; our minds would have been blown by this mango-based, peach-colored wonder. It’s summer in a glass.
Speaking of margaritas, check this one out. Peach-colored and peach-flavored thanks to a homemade simple syrup, it’s mixed with some raspberry liquer and a bit of traditional lime juice, then served on the rocks. Come to mama.
Prefer your margarita frozen? We’ve got you covered. These peach margaritas start with fresh fruit and end up sliding decadently down your throat, perfect on a hot day. A bit of triple sec and honey rounds out the tequila for a delicious treat.
Maya over at Wicked Spatula is mixing up another peach-colored margarita! This one is made with a DIY cantaloupe juice, tequila, brandy and a bit of lime. Top it off with a lime wheel and a sprig of mint and you’ve got a delightful drink for a summer afternoon.
If we’re going to have breakfast cocktails in this peach-colored cocktail roundup, it only makes sense to have at least one dessert drink as well. Enter the Peach Cobbler Cocktail: fresh peach, peach margarita mix, peach vodka and tequila are blended with hazelnut liquer and poured into a glass rimmed with brown sugar and graham cracker crumbs. It’s a warm-weather nightcap!
Maybe you like tequila but margaritas aren’t your bag. Have you ever had a Paloma? Traditionally made with tequila and grapefruit soda, Teak and Thyme offers a gorgeous little number that features blood orange juice and club soda with the tequila, and is garnished with blood orange wheels. Peachy and refreshing.
Mom Foodie offers up a spin on the Cape Codder, a classic cranberry juice cocktail, with her Madras Cocktail. Take a highball glass, add OJ, vodka, and cranberry over ice, stir. That’s it! It’s sunrise-colored and a snap to put together.
When I think of warmth in the winter, I think of Florida, and flamingos, so this cocktail sounds like a little vacation. In her beyond-simple recipe, Sara of Bitz and Giggles mixes several fruit concentrates with water, sugar, soda and booze for freezable flamingos she can take out on a needed basis. Instant summer!
Tamara at Beyond Mere Sustenance is a cocktail maker after my own heart. I love gin and I love James Bond, and this involves both! Tamara adds orange juice to the traditional Lillet, vodka and gin, and garnishes with a blood orange wheel. Lift your pinky while sipping this one—it’s fancy.
Want to take your mixology to the next level? Try a cocktail made with fancy kitchen equipment. If you’ve got a sous vide machine, Everclear and some other ingredients, you’re just a couple of hours away from starting some delightful peach moonshine.
Robin at Mom Foodie has a third peach-colored cocktail to wet your whistles. This one’s bourbon-based and serves a crowd (8). First you make her recipe for citrus tea, and then you blend it with bourbon and blood orange liqueur for a lovely little libation.
A good sangria is a summer wonder. This one—triple sec, peach slices, prosecco and berries—sounds both refreshing and elegant. And sangria is always a crowd-pleaser, so you get a lot of happy drinkers with minimal effort. Whether you’re watching the sun set or enjoying a backyard bbq, it’s a winner.
This slushy-for-two recipe takes sangria to a whole new icy level by blending frozen peaches with various liqueurs and white wine. Remember the bright blue slushies you might have gotten at 7-11 as a child? This slushy makes me glad to be an adult.
Well, there you have it: lots of peach-colored cocktails to you could sip under three blankets, chilling by the fire, waiting for summer to come, or outside on a patio once it arrives. Whether you’re looking for something easy or complex, something for two or for eight, Aspiring Winos has you covered with a sunset sipper for every possibility.
Peach-colored cocktails invoke the lazy, warm days of summer. They remind us of the beautiful sunsets and sandy beaches of the toastier months, lounging with family and friends. Even if it’s winter where you are, mixing up one of these peach-colored drinks can transport you to sunnier skies. Thanks for checking out these delectable peach cocktail recipes! Let us know which one caught your eye, and made it into your cocktail glasses!
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