Peach Mint Julep

Filed under: Food/Drink — Savvy Housekeeper at 7:56 am on Wednesday, September 17, 2014

This being the end of summer, we’ve got a lot of peaches and mint on hand, two flavors that go great together. So DIY Cocktails and I decided to make a Peach Mint Julep.

The recipe is for one drink, but it would be great to make a pitcher and drink them on a rocking chair on a porch, Southern style.

Peach Mint Julep


    1 peeled peach
    3/4 ounce simple syrup
    3 sprigs mint
    2 ounces bourbon
    Sparkling water or tonic water
    Crushed ice


Peel the peach. Cut into sections and remove the pit. (If you can’t get fresh peaches, frozen peaches should work well too.)

Strip the mint leaves off the mint sprig and discard the stem.

Combine mint, peaches, simple syrup, and bourbon in a cocktail shaker. Thoroughly muddle until the peach is smashed and has released its juices.

Pour into a glass and put a layer of crushed ice on top. Top with sparkling water. Enjoy!

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Comment by Eileen

September 17, 2014 @ 1:14 pm

Well, I know what I need to make before the summer peaches vanish. :) Hooray!

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