Jack’s Honey Peach

Jack’s Honey Peach

Join me for a cocktail? Today we are making the Jack’s Honey Peach cocktail.

Here in Georgia, the peach state, our peaches are at the height of their season. So of course I, being the native Georgia peach that I am, I will be making you a local favorite, the honey peach.   This is a great cocktail to go with those Cowboy Nachos I released at the beginning of the week, (link here

I made this super easy to make cocktail a couple of weeks ago for a weekly neighborhood event, we call Signature Sunday. Each Sunday we have a different bartender that provides a cocktail hour at the neighborhood pool. 

This cocktail mixes to of my favorite flavors, honey and peach. Now, I know some of you were thinking whiskey was one of my favorite flavors. Now, now, we all know that’s my husband’s favorite flavor!! That being said he loves this cocktail, it’s easy to drink and but can pack a punch, so be warned. 

To make this cocktail you will need to pick up the Simple Peach Nectar, available in the refrigerator department near the Simply Lemonade products, Sprite, fresh peaches and Honey Jack Daniel’s. I like to pre cut my peaches into wedges and freeze them if I am serving in a large pitcher. Then the peaches will act like ice cubes and don’t dilute the drink. However, today I am just using them as a garnish and I used the large single cube ice cubes, since I am only making four. 

The ratio for mixing is 3 parts Peach nectar, to 2 parts Sprite, to 1 part Honey Jack ( you can add more if you like but this is basic crowd friendly version) So for easy party mixing use 2 peach nectars bottles, 1-  2 liter of sprite, and 1 liter of Honey Jack.  Super easy and a crowd favorite, I am still having people ask for the recipe from 2 weekends ago!!

Jack’s Honey Peach

  • 1 Liter Simple Peach Necatur
  • 2 Liters Sprite
  • 1/2 Liter Jack Daniels Honey
  • 2-3 Peaches Sliced and Frozen

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23 Comments

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  2. I know it is almost November, but I have been search orange, as in the color, cocktails. I also love peaches so I had to check this one out on Pinterest, so glad I did you have a great site, I am bookmarking and simply wanted to thank you very much I will be back soon.

  3. I would like to express appreciation to this writer for this yummy cocktail. Just tried and will never go back.

  4. I want to express my admiration for your creative drink assortment you have. The frozen peaches as ice cube are genius. Thanks a lot, from everyone of us, here in Malibu.

  5. This website is like a summer stroll-via your blog. What a feast for the eyes and the taste buds. Thanks for sharing.

  6. You truly exceeded my desires fro a refreshing cocktail. I appreciate you for giving those necessary steps to replicate it. It’s semi healthy, tasty, and chocked full of easy tips. Thanks, Gloria.

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  8. As you can probably tell by my screen name I am a hard core goose girl. However my hipster like the Jack, so we compromise over drink selections for party and get togethers. I think this one would be a perfect addition to our back yard barbecue line up. Plus it’s TN orange, so we can root for the home time too! I simply wanted to thank you very much for the advice.

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  10. Your concept is excellent, can’t wait to try it. I’m very happy that I stumbled throughout this in my search for one thing relating to this.

  11. My husband is a Jack man, so I may need to give this recipe a try. I am trying to get something else in the glass with nutrition. LOL

  12. This recipe looks divine, I love peaches and fruity drinks. I am not much of a whiskey drinker but the honey jack sounds tolerable. I must try it soon.

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  14. Oooooo this looks so good. I love peach anything, I would never have thought to put it with whiskey and sprite. Must try it over the long weekend!

  15. I found this recipe on Pinterest, I am always on the hunt for some new and innovative whiskey based drink ideas for my Whiskey & Jerky Bar. Seems like you have some really good ones for seasonal options. You also have a very nice site too!

  16. Yum this looks so good I will pin for later on my Happy Hour board!!!

  17. I like whiskey but this drink may be a little be she she for me, as I like it on the rocks! I do think this would make a great cookout cocktail for entertaining guests, and I can use what I have on hand already 🙂

  18. You have a awesome blog, with great information! This drink looks amazing, I can’t wait to try it over the weekend. Hurry up Friday!

  19. This looks so yummy, and our family loves Jack Daniel’s. We do not have many drinks made with the Honey Jack so we will be adding this to our menu!

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