Peach and Cardamom Lemonade

peach and cardamom lemonade

Peach and Cardamom Lemonade

It would seem as though I’m trying to drink my way through the rainbow, lemonade style.  First there was bright red with Beet Lemonade.  Here we have a  pretty peachy-orange color with Peach Cardamom Lemonade.  We also worked in the deep purple with Fresh Blueberry Mint Lemonade.

I’ve missed green lemonade but I figure we can work some sort of cucumber jalapeño situation into our future.

I’ll tell you now, I’m showing no signs of stopping this drinkable rainbow.  Hop on the lemonade train now!  I know you’re thirsty.

Peach and Cardamom Lemonade

This Summer is brought to you by lemons, over-ripe fruit, and a dose of sugar.  Cheers to us!

Peach and Cardamom Lemonade

Coarsely chopped peaches (super ripe, skin and all), brown sugar, ground cardamom, and fresh lemon juice.


Peach and Cardamom Lemonade

It’s like a super lemon and peach smoothie.

Strainer to separate the skin and pulp from the juice.

Peach and Cardamom Lemonade

This lemonade is pretty even in its mess.

peach and cardamom lemonade

This concoction is a mixture of lemon tart and sweet peach.  The brown sugar adds a happy depth of sweetness and the cardamom lends that spicy finish that feels ohh so slightly like peach pie.

I went easy on the sugar in this recipe, creating a pretty pucker-y lemonade.  Add a bit more brown sugar for less pucker.

Happy August to us!



36 thoughts on “Peach and Cardamom Lemonade

  1. Oh no! There’s something wrong with this recipe!!
    You’re missing the bourbon! Quick! Put it in! Ahh, much better :)
    It is still August after all, so boozy fruit is a must!

  2. How long could one keep this in the fridge? It sounds delicious but as it is only me drinking it I couldn’t finish it in one day.

  3. Yes, yes, yesssss!!!
    Sans bourbon before 4:00.
    (Who are we kidding? Real talk = 3:00)
    Bourbon added after. YUMMERS.

  4. Lemonade, summer, sitting by the lake your site today almost wants me to write another poem. Love lemonade with a little shot of something in it, maybe rum or tequila that sounds even better. Paulette

    1. You can also use it anywhere you’d use cinnamon or nutmeg – oatmeal, oatmeal cookies, homemade apple or peach pie…I also like to add it to coffee mixed with brown sugar, as Joy does here.

  5. I am digging the lemonaids! I also TOTALLY think you should try the cucumber jalepeno situation (with lemon!). I had a coctail in Vegas that had red jalepenos, cucumbers, lemon, agave, and some special kind of gin. It was incredible. I kept trying to re-create it at home to no avail. Help me!

  6. oh joy this looks delicious, and what a unique flavour! you’re pushing me even closer to the lemonade section of the lemonade book i was reading and contemplating last night. something needs to happen with homegrown cucumbers, stat.

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