This Peach Moonshine is one of my favorite cocktails!
A while back, I posted a recipe for Apple Pie Moonshine. It is one of my all-time favorite cocktails. So, it was no surprise when I feel head-over-heels in love with this Peach Moonshine.
I can’t even count how many times I’ve given away bottles of the stuff. As soon as people try it, they are hooked!
While it has a silky smooth taste, you have to enjoy this drink slowly. It is extremely potent. It’s made with an entire bottle of 190 proof grain alcohol and an entire bottle of Peach Schnapps. You don’t want to knock back a big ol’ glass of the stuff. Start small and go slow.
This Peach Moonshine is very easy to make too. Just be sure to factor in that you need to let it sit for a few weeks before you drink it. If you try it too early, you’ll be blown away by a very strong alcohol flavor.
This moonshine is one of those things that mellows with time. Just let it sit so all of the peachy goodness has time to become one with the alcohol. It’s worth the wait. I promise.
I have quite the collection of flavored moonshine recipes. You can get them all in my eBook, How to Make Flavored Moonshine. You’ll get 16 moonshine recipes with step-by-step instructions and photos and 34 cocktail recipes you can make with the flavored moonshines. You can find out more about my ebook here.
This Peach Moonshine recipe is very easy to make. Here’s the equipment I used to make it:
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- 2 64 oz bottles white grape peach juice
- 2 15 oz cans sliced peaches in heavy syrup
- 2½ cups granulated sugar
- 6 - 7 cinnamon sticks
- 1 750 ml bottle grain alcohol - I used 190 proof Everclear
- 1 750 ml bottle peach schnapps
- In a large pot, bring juice, peaches w/ syrup, sugar, and cinnamon sticks to a boil.
- Reduce heat and simmer for 45 minutes.
- Remove from stove and allow mixture to cool to room temperature, then add the peach schnapps and grain alcohol. **CAUTION: Do not add alcohol near a flame or heat source. It is highly flammable. Make sure mixture is completely cooled before adding alcohol.
- Stir well, then pour through a strainer layered with a cheesecloth to remove peaches and any pieces of the cinnamon sticks.
- Divide peaches and cinnamon sticks evenly between the jars.
- Ladle moonshine into clean mason jars, leaving a 1/2 inch head.
- Place lids on jars and allow to sit in a cool, dry place for 1 month before enjoying.
- Please enjoy responsibly.
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This incredible recipe was originally from Addicted to DIY.