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Sweet Bourbon Peach Lemonade. Two summer classics, lemonade and peaches, are combined to make a refreshing summer cocktail that everyone is sure to love. This pitcher-style drink requires just three ingredients and about 5 minutes of prep time. It doesn’t get easier or more delicious! This is the perfect lemonade to make for your next outdoor get together, day at the beach, or simply for an easy afternoon sip on the porch.

close up photo Sweet Bourbon Peach Lemonade on tray

Welcome to the first Saturday of July! I’m hoping you all are enjoying a very long holiday weekend, soaking up the sun, making delicious food, and sipping on refreshing cocktails. We’ve been spending this last week getting caught up on all things work and life after two weeks away, but I’m excited to be taking the day to actually enjoy this beautiful Colorado summer.

We’ve been having unusually warm weather with temperatures in the upper seventies and even low eighties. I know that doesn’t sound too warm, but for a mountain summer, that’s pretty warm, and I am loving it. The warmer temperatures have left me craving a summertime staple, lemonade. Please tell me I am not the only one who loves a cold, tall glass of refreshing lemonade?

My childhood summers were filled with glass after glass of pink lemonade. My brothers and I used to fill the blender full of ice and lemons to make lemonade slushies on extra hot days…

Kind of wishing I was twelve again and sipping on lemonade slushies in the backyard with the family. Anyone ever do the same?

floridas natural lemonade bottle

Since I can’t travel back in time, I decided to make the adult version of my childhood summertime favorite.

Enter this Sweet Bourbon Peach Lemonade. It’s just like the lemonade we all know and love, but better, thanks to the addition of fresh sweet peaches and bourbon. I mean, do I even need to say more?! SO GOOD.

far out photo of Sweet Bourbon Peach Lemonade with pitcher and peach in photo and on a tray

Since I’ve been having so much fun with summer cocktails, I teamed up with one of my go-to brands, Florida’s Natural, to make this recipe. Most of you may know them for their crazy good orange juice, but did you know that they also make lemonade?

Well they do, and it’s just as good as their orange juices. They have flavors like pomegranate, lemonade iced tea, raspberry & peach, and of course, classic lemonade. Over here we really love them all, but the raspberry & peach lemonade has been my go-to for the last few weeks. It has just the right amount of sweet peach to balance the more tart raspberry and lemon flavors.

This Sweet Bourbon Peach Lemonade requires just three very simple ingredients: Florida’s Natural Raspberry Peach Lemonade, fresh peaches, and bourbon.

Simple as that.

As far as summer cocktails go, this is my new favorite. It’s quick, easy, and totally refreshing.

Sweet Bourbon Peach Lemonade on trey with peaches and pitcher

If you make this Sweet Bourbon Peach Lemonade, please be sure to leave a comment and/or give this recipe a rating! I love hearing from you guys and always do my best to respond to each and every one of you. Oh, and of course, if you do make this summery drink, don’t forget to also tag me on Instagram so I can see! Looking through the photos of recipes you all have made is my favorite!

Sweet Bourbon Peach Lemonade

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings: 8 servings
Calories Per Serving: 136 kcal

Nutritional information is only an estimate. The accuracy of the nutritional information for any recipe on this site is not guaranteed.



  • 1. In a blender, combine the lemonade and peaches and blend until smooth. Pour into a large pitcher.
    2. Add the bourbon, stirring to combine. Chill until ready to serve. 
    3. To serve, fill glasses with ice and garnish with fresh peaches and thyme. Drink!
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  1. 5 stars
    I used straight peach lemonade since my store carries a nice one. I can’t believe how well the flavour of bourbon goes with the lemonade! I’ve never had bourbon before but it had a slight citrusy taste when I put some on my tongue. We made this for Mothers day and enjoyed it so much! Thanks for the amazing and simple recipe.

    1. Hi Jackie,
      Happy Friday!!🍪🍦 Thanks so much for trying this recipe and sharing your feedback, so glad to hear that it turned out well for you! xT

  2. 4 stars
    I just made this drink for a sunny summer afternoon and I didn’t have the correct lemonade. I used Paul Newman’s lemonade and 1 cup frozen peaches that I blended in a vitamix- deeee-lish! I’m chilling it now and so excited to add fresh palisade peaches and fresh thyme. That’s my favorite part of your drink recipes – adding the fresh herbs and decorative ice cubes 🙂 I added a slice of lemon too. Thank you!
    ps-only reason it s a 4 is because Bourbon is not my fave, but it’s what I had on hand!

    1. Hey Julie,
      Happy Monday!! I really appreciate you trying this recipe out, I am so glad it was enjoyed! Have a great week:)

    1. I know I’m a few years late to this party but – what would you suggest in place of the peach-raspberry lemonade combo?? We don’t have that in my area. I was wondering if doing a raspberry lemonade with a peach puree might work.

      1. Hey Melissa,
        Sure, I don’t see why that wouldn’t work! I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you give it a try! xTieghan

  3. 5 stars
    We really enjoyed this. I added two juiced lemons after tasting and they really elevated the cocktail.

  4. Hi,
    If I don’t have this lemonade available Do you recommend using more peach if using regular lemonade?

    1. Hey Dee! That is no problem, just follow the recipe as written. The peach flavor will still very much come through! Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope you love this recipe! Thank you! xTieghan

  5. Hi, I’m new to you, I got here by googling Bourbon Peach cocktails. I have been contemplating mixing bourbon with lemonade, so this recipe does sound yummy, as well as quick & easy. Always a plus when entertaining, I say! So, regarding the fresh peaches, would a small amount of Peach Nectar be a good substitute?

    1. Hi Annietlc! I love the idea of peach nectar. I would recommend using 1 cup. Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope you love this recipe! Thank you! xTieghan

  6. Quick question: should I peel the peaches before blending with the lemonade, or just purée peels and all? Thanks!

    1. I like to leave the peach skin on. It adds a lot of flavor! Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope you love this recipe. Thanks so much! x Tieghan

  7. Aaahhhh….
    I think your idea of using florida lemonade is brilliant! Hee hee. Actually, I will be making your peach bourbon drink and your peach shortcakes for dessert for a charming corporate “dessert party”. You have excellent recipes that are Happy & are for Happy People! Stay “Your” Course. ? It’s Delightful & Charming & Pretty! Love Your Insta and will be making you Blueberry Galette tonight!

  8. My husband and I LOVE peach and bourbon together! Love how simple this is…YUM 🙂

  9. 5 stars
    I’ve just finished reading the WSJ and they featured big, little bites, pintxos, and light cocktails for simple get togethers…I’m all in, and I think your recipe would work super to make it simple…one can always make their own lemonade if so inclined with lemon (which of course you grew in your own yard), sugar and water…I say relax… and enjoy a get together as simply as you like…I’m inspired to invite friends over this week to try…nice work!

  10. Hi Tieghan,
    I’ve been on a lemonade kick too — I’ve never tried Florida’s Natural Lemonade, but will definitely check it out. Love the peach twist!


    1. Hey Nicholas, thank you for your feedback. I am sorry you do not like this product and this recipe. My family loves this lemonade and I love using it to make a quick cocktails like this one. Hope that helps clarify things. I hope you are having a great week. Tieghan