The first time I heard about The Peach Brothers, I have to admit I thought it was a Georgia-based band with the Southern indie rock vibes of the Avett Brothers. But no, The Peach Brothers are about actual peaches, and they’re not even brothers from the Peach State; they’re from Tennessee. They’re three good friends and business partners with a passion for people and peaches. I was somewhat skeptical until I tasted the peaches (I was sent a small box of six peaches to try), which were way more flavorful than the peaches you can find at the supermarket.
The Peach Brothers Tour means a truck-load of quality peaches will be arriving at locations near us in the DC area from June 26th-28th and again from July 17th-19th. At each of the 50 stops in eight states on the Northeast tour, people can buy farm-fresh peaches. The Peach Brothers sell their peaches by the 25-pound box directly to the consumer. They also sell pecans in 10 oz bags.
“We believe the only way to get a fresher peach is to pick them yourself!” said owner, Blake Clark. “We tap into centuries of experience by sourcing our peaches from some of the oldest farms in the country. After several years in the industry, we noticed a void of fresh peaches in the Northeast, and decided we were the solution!”
To find the tour locations nearest to your home, visit their tour site and type “Washington D.C.” in the search bar and all of the D.C locations will appear with their respective dates and times. All locations will encourage social distancing precautions (bring your masks, folks!).