Peach Cobbler Cocktail 🍑 Another Fireball Whisky Drink

After seeing the popularity of my Fireball Cranberry Sour, I have decided that another Fireball Whisky drink recipe needs to happen. The last one was more of a fall drink on account of the cranberry, but this Peach Cobbler Cocktail is perfect for spring and summer. (Although I’d drink either any time of the year!)

Here's another Fireball Whisky drink recipe, this time made with peach nectar. The combo of peach & cinnamon in this drink tastes just like Peach Cobbler!So simple—peach nectar and Fireball. I almost always have these ingredients on hand, but never thought to put them together. (Probably because most of the Fireball in our house gets put into shot glasses before I ever have a chance to get my hands on it.) This drink surprised me. I love the flavor. And I never knew how girly Fireball could be! What a pretty drink.

Our home bar setup has some decent cupboard space, so luckily I have a good amount of room to store my barware and glassware. Some of it I’ve collected ever since I turned 21. I always have my eye out for good barware. Recently adding some stainless steel cocktail picks, I honestly don’t know how I ever served a cocktail without them! I love a good dirty martini, and I can fit 4 blue cheese stuffed olives on these babies. Such a minimal investment to kick your bar game up a notch.

We also have a few different styles of old fashioned glasses. Depending on the personality of the drink, I like having choices. The Peach Cobbler Cocktail felt like it wanted a curvy, feminine glass. Something like one of these:

More cocktail recipes to come! Hope you enjoy this simple little treat.

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Here's another Fireball Whisky drink recipe, this time made with peach nectar. The combo of peach & cinnamon in this drink tastes just like Peach Cobbler!
Peach Cobbler Cocktail { Another Fireball Whisky Drink }
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Here's another Fireball Whisky drink recipe, this time made with peach nectar. The combo of peach & cinnamon in this drink tastes just like Peach Cobbler!
Servings Prep Time
1 drink 2 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 drink 2 minutes
Here's another Fireball Whisky drink recipe, this time made with peach nectar. The combo of peach & cinnamon in this drink tastes just like Peach Cobbler!
Peach Cobbler Cocktail { Another Fireball Whisky Drink }
Print Recipe
Here's another Fireball Whisky drink recipe, this time made with peach nectar. The combo of peach & cinnamon in this drink tastes just like Peach Cobbler!
Servings Prep Time
1 drink 2 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 drink 2 minutes
Ingredients
Servings: drink
Instructions
  1. Fill an old fashioned glass with ice. Pour in the peach nectar and then the Fireball Whisky. Stir gently and garnish with 2 maraschino cherries. Enjoy!
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Michelle Williams

I tackle life with enthusiasm and positivity, and I'm on a mission to spread the feel good factor to others. Food is often my tool of choice for making that happen. I realized that it worked for me when my cooking helped me land my husband, Rob. I'm a spontaneous entertainer and always ready for a party.

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