Jack Daniel’s Southern Peach Cocktail Will Be Your New Favorite Thing About Summer

There's nothing like the flavor of Southern peach!

When it comes to summer, you can’t help but pick up drinks that are light and fruity. With all the hard seltzer flavors out there, like watermelon and pineapple, it’s almost impossible not to! Personally, my go-to summer flavor has been, and always will be, peach (like that classic peach cobbler). It makes me feel like relaxing down by the shoreline with a breeze running through my hair.

Jack Daniel’s must have known exactly what I wanted when they made this Southern Peach Country Cocktail!

What Exactly Is Jack Daniel’s Southern Peach?

We all know Jack Daniel’s is famous for its whiskey—it’s one of the world’s most popular whiskey brands. But the “Country Cocktails” aren’t actually made with whiskey. They’re malt beverages, like Smirnoff or Mike’s Hard Lemonade.

Jack Daniel’s is based in Tennessee, so they brought a Southern peach flair to this summer flavor. It’s not the only one—Jack Daniel’s has an entire lineup of Country Cocktails that are oozing with summer vibes. Some of the flavors are Lynchburg Lemonade (named after Jack Daniel’s hometown), Cherry Limeade and Southern Citrus, to name a few. Each bottle has only a 4.8% ABV, which makes it a fantastic summer sipper.

Where to Grab a Sip for Yourself

The Southern Peach Country Cocktail conveniently comes in 6-pack cases and is only available in select retailers, so check the Jack Daniel’s locator before adventuring out. You can also have this peachy cocktail delivered via Drizly.

If you like your summers relaxing and fruitful, this just might be the best cocktail you haven’t tried yet! It’s time to grab a bottle, stretch out in your favorite chair and enjoy that Southern charm.

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Having always wanted a career in writing, Melany couldn't have found a better place than Taste of Home to begin. When she's not scribbling in her notebook or working at her computer, she can be found experimenting with new recipes or relaxing with a book and her cats.