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whiskey smash

Happy Sunday everyone! I hope that you’re having a good weekend thus far. This weekend the Sunday Supper group are sharing peach recipes, and Sue Lau is our host this weekend! We’re getting peachy this weekend to prepare you for National Peach Month in August and to celebrate National Peach Ice Cream Day on July 17! (Honestly, it sounds like there’s a day for everything now!) Peaches are in season now and are juicy, sweet and delicious.  There’s an amazing range of recipes this weekend, and I’m bringing a recipe for peach whiskey smash!


Whiskey smash is a drink for anyone that’s a fan of mint juleps. The whiskey smash originated in the 19th century, and is one of the classic cocktail drinks. Traditionally whiskey smash is made with lemon as a blend of citrus, mint, and whiskey, so I wanted to mix it up and replace the lemon with some fresh peaches. I reference ounce measurements in this recipes, and I recommend anyone who plans on mixing drinks to buy a jigger (see above). It’s a measuring tool that uses ounces, so it’s perfect for making drinks.

Peach Whiskey Smash

Peach Whiskey Smash


  • 2 oz whiskey
  • 1/3 oz agave
  • 1 peach
  • 1/4 cup water
  • ice
  • 4 fresh mint leaves


  1. Cut the peach in half. Skin 1 half of the peach, and blend with 1/4 cup water to make peach juice.
  2. Fill half a tumbler with ice. Add the whiskey, agave, mint and 1 oz peach juice.
  3. Shake the tumbler, then strain into a glass filled with ice.
  4. Garnish with mint and a slice of peach.
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