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Handcrafted Summertime Peach Lemonade

Updated on August 3, 2012
4 stars from 1 rating of Summer Peach Lemonade

From the deep south, where it is hot and humid you always need a refreshing and cooling summer drink. One of the best I have found is this summer Peach Lemonade. Here is a recipe from a sweet old lady from Georgia. I have found that it is so refreshing after cutting the grass, or just sitting on the deck on a summer night. Please feel free to modify the recipe to your tastes, as I occasionally replace the water and sugar with either Lemon-lime soda, or Club soda for a little carbonation.

Refreashing Summer Peach Lemonade

Refreshing summer Peach Lemonade
Refreshing summer Peach Lemonade


  • 3 Peaches, pitted, peeled and sliced
  • 6oz Frozen Lemonade Concentrate
  • 4 Cups Water
  • To Taste Sugar
  • Sprig Mint for Garnish
  1. Pit, peel and slice peaches; reserve 4 to 6 slices for garnish, if desired. In blender container, process peach slices, lemonade concentrate and ΒΌ cup of the sugar until smooth. Add water and blend. Add additional sugar to taste, if needed.
  2. Serve over ice in tall glasses. Garnish with mint and reserved peach slices.


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    • Desertarmor profile image

      Desertarmor 5 years ago from Arizona

      I forgot to add that if you would like it a little more "Adult" you can always add some Peach Schnapps.

    • toomuchmint profile image

      toomuchmint 5 years ago

      This is such a classic Southern recipe! With super-ripe peaches and thawed lemonade concentrate, I bet you could mash everything together by hand, and skip the blender. The lemonade concentrate could boost the calories significantly.

      Have you thought about substituting a lemon simple syrup, like the lemon-balm simple syrup in

      Even though the lemon syrup is pure sugar, it doesn't have the high fructose corn syrup or the chemical additives found in lemonade concentrate.