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Absolutely perfect for a hot day. Like many of the others I used peach schnapps instead of peach brandy and it was wonderful. I will make this frequently!
This was gone in about an hour - I'm glad I bought an extra bottle of wine! I had to make a second batch! I had apricot brandy instead of peach. I think I'll cut down on the sugar next time, but that's my prefrence. Everyone else LOVED it.
This is a great blending of flavors. It's been steeping in the fridge for a few days and will go to a 4th of July cookout with me tomorrow. I found apricot brandy in my pantry, and I used 1/2 cup of that instead of peach brandy, which I didn't have. Also I used 2 tbs of sugar, so far, and might add the other 2 tbs tomorrow. Easy to make, tastes great, and I'll be mixing up more soon.
Just to strong. I would cut down on the brandy and the sugar! We also added 7-up to cut down the strenght!
YUM!! I read someone say it was too strong?? I didn't find that to be the case at all..perfect..very light, tasty..perfect on a Summer afternoon with friends!
This is excellent! I only had 1/2 cup of peach brandy left, so I added 1/4 cup of limoncello. The frozen peach slices are a great idea for "ice" and taste great later when you finish your drink (soak up all those flavors). I do find sangria strong and when serving pour it in a red wine glass with half seltzer - delicious!
Used peach schnapps in lieu of peach brandy and white zinfandel instead of the dry white and cut the sugar in half. Two pitchers later .... not to be consumed in large quantities on a worknight, :) !!!
I *love* this! I did make a couple of changes; I used 1/2 cup brandy and 1/4 cup peach schnapps (instead of 3/4 cup peach brandy), and I used lemon juice and extra sugar in place of the lemonade concentrate (didn't have any). Gosh, it was good! Next time I just have to remember not to drink too much of it. ;-)