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Sparkling White Peach Sangria

Sparkling White Peach Sangria Serves 4 to 6 ----------------------- 2 to 3 white peaches, sliced (2 if they are large, 3 if they are small) 3/4 cup peach brandy 1 bottle moscato, such as 7 Daughters Moscato, chilled 1 liter white peach seltzer water, such as Seagram's Sparkling White Peach Seltzer, chilled In a pitcher place 3/4 of the sliced peaches (saving some for garnish) and brandy and lightly muddle. Add the Moscato and seltzer water. Stir with wooden spoon to mix. Pour into ice filled glasses and top with a couple of fresh peach slices.
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@rachelykim I definitely will try it because I feel like I want to drink the picture
@maddi3xxo u should try it out !
I really want to make some
this looks amazing
pretty and simple :)
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