White Peach Sangria

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Nothing screams summer like a nice, white sangria. Since we’re almost there and the weather is heating up, I thought I’d share my very simple recipe. Also, there’s no better way to get completely tipsy when the weather’s hot.

I find that when I am having parties, it’s better to do a big batch drink. This peach sangria is my go-to. It’s a great combo of refreshing and relaxing. And, the fruit from it is a whole afterparty! Y’all know I don’t use real measurements, but this is really too easy; you won’t mess it up.

You’ll need:
-1 Jug of dry white wine (the cheap stuff)
-1 small bottle of peach brandy
-1 jar of peaches (jarred peaches taste better than canned)
-1/2 cup of sugar to start
-A few cinnamon sticks
-A few fresh mint sprigs

1. Soak your peaches in the brandy overnight and be sure to refrigerate your wine.
2. Add your peaches, brandy, and sugar to your pitcher or dispenser.
3. Stir it up and try to dissolve your sugar. You can add more if you would like.
4. Add in your wine and stir. Taste.
5. Muddle your mint and add it.
6. Add your cinnamon sticks.
7. Serve over ice!

*Remember those peaches you soaked? Warn your guests about them!