Refreshing & Deliciously Fruity: Peach Crown Royal Slush Cocktail Recipe


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For a refreshing frozen cocktail with a deliciously fruity flavor make this Peach Crown Royal Slush, a simple 2-ingredient cocktail with fabulous results!

With yummy peach tea and the complex and subtly sweet flavor of Crown Royal peach whiskey, this is the perfect drink to cool down and chill out.

Easy prep and a short ingredients list means this cocktail is ideal for something quick and satisfying.

Peach crown royal drink on a counter.

This sweet and subtly complex adult slushie is ideal for sipping on spring and summer afternoons.

It’s also easy to customize and edit to your taste, with lots of ideas for garnishes and additional add-ins.

Best of all, you can use your Crown peach for more Crown Royal peach recipes than just this peach slush, which makes it a worthwhile purchase!


Looking for a cold cocktail with a satisfying slushy consistency? This super easy adult slushie takes the vibrantly delicious flavor of Crown Royal peach whiskey and combines it with peach flavored ice tea!

The result is a refreshing frozen beverage that tastes just like biting into a ripe peach on a summer day.

Whether you need to cool off on a hot afternoon or you’re craving a little taste of the summer months, this cocktail is easy to make and only requires 2 main ingredients.

This Peach Crown Royal Slush cocktail is the ideal summer cocktail perfect for pool parties and happy hour.

So grab your blender, a tray of ice, and a bottle of Crown Royal peach flavored whiskey and whip up a round of these frozen adult slushies!


Ingredients and tools for crown royal peach slush on a counter.

With an impressively short ingredient list, this simple cocktail combines 2 drinks with ice for a quick cocktail that’s beyond easy to put together!

  • Ice – When blended, ice is what gives this drink its fantastic slushy consistency.
  • Crown Royal Peach – This delicious peach flavored whiskey channels the ripe and juicy flavor of fresh Georgia peaches for a cocktail that screams summertime!
  • Peach Tea – Adding a peach flavored tea doubles down on the peach flavor and gives this cocktail a slight caffeine boost.
  • Peach Slices – This optional garnish adds more fresh peach flavor.
  • Mint – Provides a nice pop of green color that contrasts with the gorgeous orange-pink of this peachy cocktail.


  • Blender – You’ll need some kind of blender or mixer to blend up your cocktail into a slushie.


  1. Add ice, Crown Royal Peach and peach tea into the blender. Blend on frozen drink mode.

    With simple and quick prep, this is an easy cocktail that turns Crown Peach into a delicious frozen beverage.

  2. Pour into a glass. Garnish with mint and a peach slice.


  • Instead of peach tea, you could also use peach juice, or make your peach slush with some kind of peach-flavored sparkling water.
  • For even more peachy flavor, chop a peach into small cubes and freeze it. Use this instead of the ice cubes. The texture will be slightly different, but the peach flavor will be stronger and more natural.
  • If you can’t find the peach Crown Royal, you can use the original version. The drink will be a bit less peachy, but adding a bit of peach flavoring or peach extract can help bring it back.
  • Blend up a big batch of these peach slush cocktails and pour into popsicle molds to make a handheld boozy treat that’s great for backyard barbecues, picnics, and cookouts!


  • Alter the consistency of this slushie to your liking. More ice will result in a thicker Crown peach slush, and more peach tea will make it thinner.
  • Garnish with a fresh peach slice, a sprig of mint, some fresh rosemary, or even a sour peach gummy candy! You can also add other decor like drink umbrellas, pretty colored or patterned straws, or a twist of citrus rind.
  • Serve in your favorite cocktail glasses or mason jars to give your cocktails a bit of extra Southern charm.
  • Play around with the ratio of whiskey to peach tea until you get a drink that’s your desired strength.

Add a slice of peach and a sprig of mint to add a bit of elegance to this cocktail, then sip and enjoy!


What kind of alcohol is peach Crown Royal?

Crown Royal is a Canadian whiskey, and the peach variety simply adds a delicious, ripe peach flavor to that whiskey.

Is Crown Royal peach whiskey sweet?

Yes, this variety of Crown Royal has a good amount of sweetness to it. Aside from the light vanilla notes and the robust smoothness of the whiskey, there’s a distinct peach flavor and aroma that’s comparable to peach candy and fresh Georgia peaches.

How strong is Crown Royal peach slush?

One of these peach slushies has about 2 shots of whiskey, which means they can be on the stronger side. They may taste light and sweet, but be sure to drink responsibly and keep in mind just how much alcohol is going into each drink!

This Crown Peach Whiskey slush will become a favorite hot weather cocktail.

Crown Royal Peach Slush

Yield: 1 Crown Peach Whiskey Slush

Crown Peach Slush

This frozen Peach Crown Royal drink is a slushie-like cocktail that combines complex whiskey with yummy peach tea for a refreshing beverage that will help you beat the heat!

Prep Time
2 minutes

Total Time
2 minutes


  • 2 Cups Ice
  • 2 Shots Crown Royal Peach
  • 1 Cup Peach Tea
  • Peach Slice (Garnish)
  • Mint (Garnish)


  1. Add ice, Crown Royal Peach & peach tea into the blender.
  2. Blend on frozen drink mode.
  3. Pour into a glass
  4. Garnish with mint & a peach slice.


  • Add more ice for a thicker drink, or more peach tea for a thinner result.
  • If you can’t find peach Crown Royal, you can also use the traditional whiskey. The result will be a more subtle peach flavor.
  • Garnish with fresh peach, mint, rosemary, or decor like fun straws or drink umbrellas.

Nutrition Information:

Amount Per Serving:

Calories: 185Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 26mgCarbohydrates: 46gFiber: 4gSugar: 42gProtein: 2g

Yield: 1

Serving Size: 1

This article originally appeared on Cocktails&Appetizers and was syndicated by MediaFeed.

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