Peaches are one of the juiciest fruits on the markets, so it’s not a shocker they can take all sorts of foods and drinks to the next level—including cocktails. If you’re trying to take your mixology skills to the next level, making these three peach cocktails is a good place to start.
Bellini needs no special introduction because it’s the most popular cocktail that you can make with peaches. In addition to peach purée or nectar, you’ll also need some Prosecco to mix up this delightful Italian cocktail, which first appeared on the streets of Venice.
Fuzzy Navel was all the rage back in the ’80s and mixing it up on your own is a great way to relive the glitz of this era. To make the whole thing even better, it’s one of the easiest peach cocktails to make, and you’ll only need peach schnapps and orange juice to get it done.
Once you master the recipe for Fuzzy Navel, making a Georgia Peach should be the next stop on your mixology journey. In addition to peach schnapps and orange juice, this cocktail also contains white rum and cranberry juice, and it does a great job paying homage to Georgia’s state fruit.