This recipe is fantastic! The consistency is a bit thick, so we mixed it with a little diet lemon-lime soda and it was like a fancy sparkling peach lemonade (and it makes it stretch a little further too). We hope to mix it with champagne soon for a grown-up lemonade. I HIGHLY recommend this recipe. It is so worth the effort!
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terriertough Posted: 05/27/12
pestolovin Posted: 06/03/12
As other reviewers noted, it's a bit thick. But we "watered it down" with a splash of sparkling water and some honey bourbon, Yum!
TheMomChef Posted: 06/01/12
We loved this. All that's needed is a quick simmer, blend, squeeze and strain. It's simple and so much better than a frozen can of high fructose corn syrup. We found it thick too, but a quick second strain with a couple layers of cheesecloth added and it was perfect. The whole family loves it. You can read my full review at: http://bit.ly/NpoZWb
Sheppie Posted: 09/23/12
Very tasty summer beverage!! Also great for the kids!
jupett Posted: 07/05/12
Yum! I added some bourbon, lots of ice and stirred with a spring of mint. Lovely summer cocktail.
ltamura Posted: 06/27/12
So good! Worth the effort!
jmeleeS Posted: 06/18/12
Fantastic! I loved this recipe - used a mix of super ripe & juicy peaches with nectarines (~6-7 total) and 5 large lemons with a splash of lemon concentrate just to tame the sweetness. I let the whole mix sit overnight prior to straining the next day, and poured a bit of honey whiskey in each glass for the grown-ups! Wow this recipe is definitely a keeper and I love that I know what ingredients went into my drink instead of buying processed lemonade. Incredibly refreshing and not too sweet - super EASY - will definitely make again and again!