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Fresh Peach Margarita

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I had every intention of turning these peaches into a fresh white sangria.

But then chips and salsa snacking happened during happy hour. (What’s new?)

And you know what I like to drink with my chips and salsa. (What else?)

So yeah, rain check on the sangria. (Delicious decision.)

Fresh Peach Margaritas | #cocktail

Actually, of all the fresh fruit margaritas I’ve made in the past, I was surprised to realize that I had never tried making them with fresh peaches! Probably because any ripe peach in my house usually gets eaten before it makes its way into a recipe.

But I had an unusual abundance of peaches leftover needing to be used before I took off on my trip to Europe. So for an impromptu happy hour, I decided to just blend them into a simple puree and make fresh peach margaritas. They were so simple!

Fresh Peach Margaritas | #cocktail

I began with the obvious first ingredient — fresh peaches.

(Although if you’re making these in the winter, you can thaw out some frozen peaches. I just don’t think they’re quite as flavorful.)

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Then peel (if you want) and pit and blend them until they form a puree. It will be thick, but don’t worry.

Then measure out the amount of puree you need along with tequila, Triple Sec, fresh lime juice and agave (or honey). And shake the heck out of them in a shaker (or stir them together) until smooth and well-combined.

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Pour them over ice to serve them on the rocks. And for something different feel free to garnish them with a fresh peach slice instead of limes.

Fresh Peach Margaritas | #cocktail

Look how cute they turned out!

(Ok, that’s the food stylist in me talking.)

More importantly, let me tell you how delicious they turned out. Seriously, the sweetness of the fresh peaches pairs perfectly with the tart lime juice. SO good! I considered blending these with ice to make them frozen — which you could totally do — but I liked how the peach puree made for a slightly thickened and decadent-tasting margarita on the rocks.

Definitely worth the sacrifice of a batch of delicious ripe peaches. And definitely the perfect pairing with chips and salsa, if you’re also so inclined. Cheers!

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Fresh Peach Margarita

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  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 1 margarita 1x


This fresh peach margarita recipe is sweet, simple to make, and so satisfying!


  • 1/3 cup fresh peach puree (*see instructions below*)
  • 2 ounces silver tequila
  • 1.5 ounces lime juice
  • 1 ounce Triple Sec (or freshly-squeeze orange juice to make it lighter)
  • 1 Tablespoon agave or honey
  • optional garish: rim salt and fresh peach slice


  1. Add all ingredients together in a shaker. Shake for 15 seconds until combined. Serve over ice in a glass that has been rimmed with salt and garnished with a fresh peach slice.
  2. *To make fresh peach puree, simply peel and pit a fresh peach and puree it in a blender until smooth. 1 medium peach = approximately 1/2 cup puree (but measure to be sure).

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33 comments on “Fresh Peach Margarita”

  1. Gorgeous! This looks perfect for a summertime happy hour. :)

  2. Margs normally aren’t a favorite of mine but I can definitely get behind these! Love the summery fresh peaches!

  3. These are so pretty and refresh! Love the color and flavour!!

  4. Ok, now that you mention it, I’ve never had a peach margarita! Now I must.

  5. Looks like a great drink for sipping on the front porch!

  6. This looks awesome! Adding it to my list to try soon!

  7. Love how simple this is- using peach puree makes this so much easier! Yum :)

  8. Fresh peach margaritas. Yum! I’ll drink to that!

  9. I love peaches. I love booze. The end!

  10. They turned out great! Perfect summer time drink!

  11. WOW i could definitely kick back with one of these right about now.. they look too delicious (anything is better with tequila). i love that you used peach puree too, i can imagine how good it would have tasted. thanks Ali!

  12. Fresh juicy summer peaches in a margarita? Yes, please!

  13. Looks so tempting! Perfect for summer, just can’t wait to try it!

  14. These look amazing! Posted this on my fan page today

  15. Fantastic! Really tempting :) i will make one myself :) The combination with honey just is where the recipe got me :)

  16. This looks delicious, I love peaches, a must try!

  17. I made these last weekend and everyone loved them! I put the leftovers in the freezer and they thawed perfectly yesterday for another celebration. Thanks!

  18. Awesome drink Ali! I will give it a try with my bf(future husband) :)

  19. This is the most gorgeous margarita I’ve ever seen! Love the color and the flavor. I can’t get enough peaches lately! :)

  20. Oh such an amazing looking cocktail!!

  21. You make the prettiest cocktails! love!

  22. I made these tonight and they were so good! The peaches give them such a rich texture. Thanks for the recipe!

  23. Made this for a friend’s birthday, everyone who drank it could not stop telling me how good it was! I will definitely make it a few more times this summer!

  24. Made this with some farm fresh peaches. Everyone loved it. I also put an ounce of plain Topo-Chico to give it a little fizz.

  25. We’ve been making these at least once a week all summer long for years! So good! My husband thinks I’m a master mixologist ?

  26. YUM. big hit

  27. So I tried this and tripled the recipe. Instead of peaches I used nectarines and it’s fabulous! Try it with apricots,peaches or nectarine, why not.

  28. Not only were they pretty, they were delicious!! Thanks for the recipe! Love peach season!

  29. We have a champagne white peach tree, abundant.
    Our peaches are so very sweet, No honey needed!
    These made beautiful cocktails. A slice of peach and a sprig of mint for garnish.
    Also purée a mint leaf, or a Serrano pepper for a kick.
    I’ve made both and very delicious!!
    Beautiful cocktail

  30. Good stuff. Honey on half the rim and salt on the other half.

  31. I haven’t made them yet, but curious to know if the peach puree could be made ahead and in a larger quantity to bring them to a picnic and combine ingredients there.