Peach Pisco Sours

Peach Pisco Cocktail - Mom's Kitchen Handbook

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An announcement went up on Facebook courtesy of my friend Monica: “Want a flat of white peaches? I can bring back to SF. The peaches are little, but tasty! Let me know ASAP!!”

I may not be quick on the draw in a lot of things, but I was a first responder in the very important matter of free peaches.

When I arrived home the next morning from a weekend away with my family, this was waiting on my doorstep:
Flat of white peaches : momskitchenhandbookA flat of juicy sweet peaches from Dry Creek Peach and Produce.

The plan was to can them, but it felt greedy to keep all of those gifted peaches to myself. So I reached out to my friend Pam and asked if she wanted some, and when she stopped by to pick them up, how ’bout I whip us up a couple of peach cocktails, and why don’t we also invite Monica, who delivered those heavenly peaches in the first place?

Suddenly we had a petite peach cocktail party on our hands and I had some work to do playing mixologist. And so, the White Peach Pisco Sour was born.

From what I can gather, Pisco is a brandy that hails from Peru and Chile. The Pisco Sour is traditionally made with pisco, limes, egg whites, simple syrup, and bitters. I added my own twist by including fresh, ripe white peaches in the mix and substituting agave syrup for simple syrup. I used the whites from Safest Choice pasteurized eggs to add the signature frothiness, whirling the whole lot quickly in a blender and pouring it over ice.

After making the cocktails … and eating several peaches along the way…there wasn’t enough left, really, for canning, which was perfectly okay since canned peaches, even really good ones, aren’t nearly as fun as Peach Piscos.

Peach Pisco Sour with Garnish - Mom's Kitchen Handbook
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Peach Pisco Sours

A summer spin on a classic pisco sour, this is a bright, flavorful, and festive cocktail. 

Course Cocktail
Prep Time 10 minutes
Servings 2 Cocktails
Author Katie Morford


  • 1 pasteurized egg white such as Safest Choice
  • 1 medium ripe peach, pitted, peeled, sliced
  • 2 teaspoons agave nectar
  • Angostura bitters
  • Ice
  • 2 peach slices for garnish


  1. Put the pisco, lime juice, egg white, peach slices, and agave nectar in a blender and run until just blended.

  2. Fill two glasses halfway with ice. Pour pisco cocktail over ice. Top each one with a few dashes of bitters and garnish with a peach slice.



08.26.2013 at5:21 AM #

Leona Olson

I am going to try this.
When I visied Peru I went to a place where they made Pisco Sour.
Enjoy the peaches.

08.26.2013 at6:59 AM #

Bret Johnson

I never heard of Pisco before, this looks soooo good. Thanks for posting Katie. And the “Clean 15” list is terrific!

08.26.2013 at7:16 AM #

Wendy Okano

I love Dry Creek Peach and Produce! My in-laws live down the street from them, the veggies are outstanding! I will definately be making a batch of these the next time I swing by their place for a visit! 🙂

08.26.2013 at7:20 AM #


I’m no fool. These are on tonight’s menu! And love the handy “print this” button.

08.26.2013 at7:20 AM #

Katie Morford

Took me a while on getting just the recipe to print…but hopefully will make life a little easier.

08.28.2013 at5:24 AM #


I love a good pisco sour, and with peach? Yes, please!!!

08.28.2013 at5:24 AM #

Katie Morford

When they’re in season…I say peaches on everything 🙂

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