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Peach tea, but make it boozy

Courtesy of Churchill Downs

Iced tea and peaches are about as Southern as it gets. This country drink blends the flavors with bourbon, peach schnapps, peach nectar, unsweetened iced tea and an optional dash of bitters for a fruity and refreshing beverage.

This recipe is courtesy of David Danielson, executive chef of Churchill Downs, home of the Kentucky Derby.

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Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 Ounce bourbon
  • 1/2 Ounce peach schnapps
  • 2 Ounces peach nectar
  • 1 Ounce unsweetened iced tea
  • 1 Dash of peach bitters
  • 1 peach for garnish

Nutritional Facts

Servings1

Calories Per Serving144

Folate equivalent (total)3µg1%


Bourbon Peach Smash

I figured there was no better way to break in my newly stocked bar than with a new cocktail recipe, especially when said recipe includes one of my favorite fruits of the summer: peaches.

I’ve been spending more and more time on the back porch as the nights are getting cooler, and while I love a good beer there’s something about mixing up a simple cocktail that just hits the spot. Believe me when I say that this Bourbon Peach Smash does just that.

Now don’t let the look of this drink intimidate you because it’s actually an easy one to put together with its 5 ingredients. The most time intensive part t is making a simple syrup, and knowing that ahead of time I made a larger batch of the stuff (it’s great in coffee) a few days before I made this cocktail. After that it was as simple as slicing the peaches, tossing them in a glass with mint and the simple syrup, muddling the three together, filling the glass with ice, and last but not least topping off with bourbon. Get the full recipe below!


Bourbon Peach Smash

I figured there was no better way to break in my newly stocked bar than with a new cocktail recipe, especially when said recipe includes one of my favorite fruits of the summer: peaches.

I’ve been spending more and more time on the back porch as the nights are getting cooler, and while I love a good beer there’s something about mixing up a simple cocktail that just hits the spot. Believe me when I say that this Bourbon Peach Smash does just that.

Now don’t let the look of this drink intimidate you because it’s actually an easy one to put together with its 5 ingredients. The most time intensive part t is making a simple syrup, and knowing that ahead of time I made a larger batch of the stuff (it’s great in coffee) a few days before I made this cocktail. After that it was as simple as slicing the peaches, tossing them in a glass with mint and the simple syrup, muddling the three together, filling the glass with ice, and last but not least topping off with bourbon. Get the full recipe below!


Bourbon Peach Smash

I figured there was no better way to break in my newly stocked bar than with a new cocktail recipe, especially when said recipe includes one of my favorite fruits of the summer: peaches.

I’ve been spending more and more time on the back porch as the nights are getting cooler, and while I love a good beer there’s something about mixing up a simple cocktail that just hits the spot. Believe me when I say that this Bourbon Peach Smash does just that.

Now don’t let the look of this drink intimidate you because it’s actually an easy one to put together with its 5 ingredients. The most time intensive part t is making a simple syrup, and knowing that ahead of time I made a larger batch of the stuff (it’s great in coffee) a few days before I made this cocktail. After that it was as simple as slicing the peaches, tossing them in a glass with mint and the simple syrup, muddling the three together, filling the glass with ice, and last but not least topping off with bourbon. Get the full recipe below!


Bourbon Peach Smash

I figured there was no better way to break in my newly stocked bar than with a new cocktail recipe, especially when said recipe includes one of my favorite fruits of the summer: peaches.

I’ve been spending more and more time on the back porch as the nights are getting cooler, and while I love a good beer there’s something about mixing up a simple cocktail that just hits the spot. Believe me when I say that this Bourbon Peach Smash does just that.

Now don’t let the look of this drink intimidate you because it’s actually an easy one to put together with its 5 ingredients. The most time intensive part t is making a simple syrup, and knowing that ahead of time I made a larger batch of the stuff (it’s great in coffee) a few days before I made this cocktail. After that it was as simple as slicing the peaches, tossing them in a glass with mint and the simple syrup, muddling the three together, filling the glass with ice, and last but not least topping off with bourbon. Get the full recipe below!


Bourbon Peach Smash

I figured there was no better way to break in my newly stocked bar than with a new cocktail recipe, especially when said recipe includes one of my favorite fruits of the summer: peaches.

I’ve been spending more and more time on the back porch as the nights are getting cooler, and while I love a good beer there’s something about mixing up a simple cocktail that just hits the spot. Believe me when I say that this Bourbon Peach Smash does just that.

Now don’t let the look of this drink intimidate you because it’s actually an easy one to put together with its 5 ingredients. The most time intensive part t is making a simple syrup, and knowing that ahead of time I made a larger batch of the stuff (it’s great in coffee) a few days before I made this cocktail. After that it was as simple as slicing the peaches, tossing them in a glass with mint and the simple syrup, muddling the three together, filling the glass with ice, and last but not least topping off with bourbon. Get the full recipe below!


Bourbon Peach Smash

I figured there was no better way to break in my newly stocked bar than with a new cocktail recipe, especially when said recipe includes one of my favorite fruits of the summer: peaches.

I’ve been spending more and more time on the back porch as the nights are getting cooler, and while I love a good beer there’s something about mixing up a simple cocktail that just hits the spot. Believe me when I say that this Bourbon Peach Smash does just that.

Now don’t let the look of this drink intimidate you because it’s actually an easy one to put together with its 5 ingredients. The most time intensive part t is making a simple syrup, and knowing that ahead of time I made a larger batch of the stuff (it’s great in coffee) a few days before I made this cocktail. After that it was as simple as slicing the peaches, tossing them in a glass with mint and the simple syrup, muddling the three together, filling the glass with ice, and last but not least topping off with bourbon. Get the full recipe below!


Bourbon Peach Smash

I figured there was no better way to break in my newly stocked bar than with a new cocktail recipe, especially when said recipe includes one of my favorite fruits of the summer: peaches.

I’ve been spending more and more time on the back porch as the nights are getting cooler, and while I love a good beer there’s something about mixing up a simple cocktail that just hits the spot. Believe me when I say that this Bourbon Peach Smash does just that.

Now don’t let the look of this drink intimidate you because it’s actually an easy one to put together with its 5 ingredients. The most time intensive part t is making a simple syrup, and knowing that ahead of time I made a larger batch of the stuff (it’s great in coffee) a few days before I made this cocktail. After that it was as simple as slicing the peaches, tossing them in a glass with mint and the simple syrup, muddling the three together, filling the glass with ice, and last but not least topping off with bourbon. Get the full recipe below!


Bourbon Peach Smash

I figured there was no better way to break in my newly stocked bar than with a new cocktail recipe, especially when said recipe includes one of my favorite fruits of the summer: peaches.

I’ve been spending more and more time on the back porch as the nights are getting cooler, and while I love a good beer there’s something about mixing up a simple cocktail that just hits the spot. Believe me when I say that this Bourbon Peach Smash does just that.

Now don’t let the look of this drink intimidate you because it’s actually an easy one to put together with its 5 ingredients. The most time intensive part t is making a simple syrup, and knowing that ahead of time I made a larger batch of the stuff (it’s great in coffee) a few days before I made this cocktail. After that it was as simple as slicing the peaches, tossing them in a glass with mint and the simple syrup, muddling the three together, filling the glass with ice, and last but not least topping off with bourbon. Get the full recipe below!


Bourbon Peach Smash

I figured there was no better way to break in my newly stocked bar than with a new cocktail recipe, especially when said recipe includes one of my favorite fruits of the summer: peaches.

I’ve been spending more and more time on the back porch as the nights are getting cooler, and while I love a good beer there’s something about mixing up a simple cocktail that just hits the spot. Believe me when I say that this Bourbon Peach Smash does just that.

Now don’t let the look of this drink intimidate you because it’s actually an easy one to put together with its 5 ingredients. The most time intensive part t is making a simple syrup, and knowing that ahead of time I made a larger batch of the stuff (it’s great in coffee) a few days before I made this cocktail. After that it was as simple as slicing the peaches, tossing them in a glass with mint and the simple syrup, muddling the three together, filling the glass with ice, and last but not least topping off with bourbon. Get the full recipe below!


Bourbon Peach Smash

I figured there was no better way to break in my newly stocked bar than with a new cocktail recipe, especially when said recipe includes one of my favorite fruits of the summer: peaches.

I’ve been spending more and more time on the back porch as the nights are getting cooler, and while I love a good beer there’s something about mixing up a simple cocktail that just hits the spot. Believe me when I say that this Bourbon Peach Smash does just that.

Now don’t let the look of this drink intimidate you because it’s actually an easy one to put together with its 5 ingredients. The most time intensive part t is making a simple syrup, and knowing that ahead of time I made a larger batch of the stuff (it’s great in coffee) a few days before I made this cocktail. After that it was as simple as slicing the peaches, tossing them in a glass with mint and the simple syrup, muddling the three together, filling the glass with ice, and last but not least topping off with bourbon. Get the full recipe below!