Delicious peach agua fresca made with sweet peaches, water, lime juice & sweetener. A refreshing peach drink popular in Mexico using juicy seasonal peaches!
This peach agua fresca is the perfect summer drink made with blended peaches, water, lime juice, and sweetnener. Enjoy this peach drink on a hot summer day!
Add herbs to this peach agua fresca to add more flavor. I recommend thyme, mint, rosemary, or basil!
For more flavors, check out How to Make Aguas Frescas – 7 Refreshing Flavors!
Why you’ll love this recipe
- It’s a great way to use up ripe peaches! Soft, juicy peaches are the best in this recipe.
- Make this for a summer cookout or picnic! This can be made a day in advance for easy entertaining.
- Refreshing, light, and hydrating – a tasty way to quench your thirst during hot summer days.
- A healthier version than store bought peach juice – perfect for kids.
Ingredients you’ll need
- Ripe peaches – any variety will do. I used white peaches for this recipe.
- Cold, filtered water
- Limes – fresh lime juice is best
- Sweetener – use any sweetener you like. Sugar, honey, agave syrup, or stevia.
- Herbs – optional but I recommend thyme, mint, rosemary, or basil.
Step by step instructions
Add the peaches and water to your blender and puree until it’s smooth. Work in batches if you need to as it’s best not to overfill your blender.
Straining the peach agua fresca is optional but highly recommended. You’ll end up with a smooth peach juice without all the pulp.
If you plan on serving this at a later time, the pulp and juice will separate. But this can be avoided if you strain it ahead of time.
Taste the agua fresca and add sugar to taste. If your peaches are very sweet, reduce the amount of sweetener. Muddle the herbs before adding to infuse their flavors more.
Serve chilled or over ice and garnish with a slice of peach or lime.
Expert tips & tricks
- Muddling the herbs helps infuse their flavor into the peach agua fresca.
- It’s best to use a medium sieve to strain out the peach pulp. A fine mesh strain would be too fine and may take too long to strain out the juice.
- Freeze a portion of the peach agua fresca in ice cube trays. Add them to the pitcher before serving to keep it cold without diluting the flavor.
- Add fresh pieces of peach in the drinks for an extra treat.
- Rim the glasses with lime zest and sugar for presentation.
- Freeze a portion of the peach agua fresca in an ice cube tray and add them to the pitcher before serving. It will help keep this drink ice cold without diluting the flavor.
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Peach Agua Fresca
- 3 cups peaches
- 5 cups filtered water
- 1 – 2 teaspoons lime juice – add more if desired
- fresh herbs – thyme, rosemary, mint, basil – (optional)
- peach or lime slices for garnish
Sweetener (choose ONE, adjust according to taste)
- ¼ cup sugar
- ¼ cup honey
- ¼ cup agave
- liquid stevia drops
- Add the peaches and water to a high speed blender and puree until smooth. Make sure not to fill your blender more than two-thirds of the way full. Work in batches if needed.
- (Optional) Strain the peach juice through a medium sieve to remove the pulp.
- Pour the peach agua fresca into a large pitcher and add the lime juice and sweetener. Adjust the sweetener according to how sweet your peaches are. If using herbs, muddle them first before adding them in. Serve chilled or over ice. Makes roughly 7 cups.
- Make ahead a day in advance. Keep in an airtight container in the fridge.
- Store leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge for up to one day.
- Substitute frozen peaches if fresh peaches are not in season.
- Taste before adding sweetener. If your peaches are very sweet, reduce the amount.
- This recipe is featured in How to Make Aguas Frescas – 7 Refreshing Flavors
*Nutritional information is an estimate, calculated using online tools.