Enjoy! Layer peaches with sugar in a large stone crock. You can adjust the size of the recipe to the size of your container. 4 lbs. Adrenaline Punch (Punch) Bacardi 151 Proof Rum, Gin, Hawaiian Fruit Punch, Peach Brandy… Six cups of water seem like a small amount. Chop and mash fruit. One stevedore exchanged it for a pair of durable working shoes. • The first 7.5 ml per 1.5 liters of wine is called the foreshots and it has a sharp, strong smell of chemicals. Here is the deal, I have a 10 gallon fermenter, a 7.5 gallon fermenter, a 3 gallon crock and a 2.5 gallon crock. Act like a normal peach tree or you’re firewood!”. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on September 15, 2017: Good luck! • Let the crock sit for a week. If it begins to drip faster, the heat needs to be turned down. Taste great and the fermented peaches are great over ice cream, they pack a punch. It tastes delicious, but it's pretty thin will it get more syrupy as it ages? When the peach preserves have become just a bit thicker than your desired consistency, add ½ cup brandy and stir. • Pour the vodka into a large glass jar and add 1 ¾ cups of granulated sugar into the liquor. And if re-romancing the summer with peach brandy is not the only thing that’s getting you excited, well, then maybe the fact that a light, fruity-flavored drink, that you made at home yourself will suffice to convince you. I never saw her use yeast. • Place the lid on the still and connect the tube from the lid to the condenser coil. This would give you a higher alcohol content and also stop fermentation if you are concerned about bottling too soon. Use glass, stainless steel or pottery instead. • Stir the mixture till the sugar has completely dissolved. Pour over the fruit. What flavors have you made? HELP!!!!! In case you missed it, here's How to Make Peach Moonshine: Part 1, where we juiced, mashed, and fermented the peaches. Maybe a minor question, but why do you recommend covering the blackberry brandy with plastic wrap but recommend a towel or plate for the peach brandy? • The alcohol should drip at the rate of 1 drip per second. Alternate each ingredient till all the peaches and sugar have been used up. I wonder if you have used enough sugar and if you have stirred in the yeast and sugar well. Stir honey, brown sugar, and cinnamon into the melted butter; bring to a … Then we put a few 2 x 4s around to keep it straight. Good luck with your peach brandy! Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on August 09, 2017: I believe I got just over a gallon out of this recipe. Collect these in glass containers. I'm sure that you can double or triple the recipe and still get good results, but I can't really give you precise measurements for what your end product will be. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on September 02, 2013: Cheesecloth will work just fine as a strainer. Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. To get brandy, you would take the product you have created and distill it in a still. Sounds good! ► Copper still► Dutch over/Pot (large enough to fit the sill in)► Glass containers► Glass jar, sealable. I am going to make peach brandy in different ways to see which I like the best. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on August 15, 2016: Florence and Donna - good luck with it! Thanks for visiting my hub and for your comments! Will it be clear? • Stir it once a week and let it sit for 4 weeks. Enjoyed your hub! Well the wine is bottled and corked. As the peaches and sugar ferments, you'll start to smell alcohol and that wonderful peachy smell. Add the cooled sugar syrup, vodka, brandy, and food coloring. Question: How many cups of peaches go into a peach brandy? Who doesn’t love a recipe that’s equally as good on sweet or savory dishes? Out of these cookies, the cookies that are categorized as necessary are stored on your browser as they are essential for the working of basic functionalities of the website. • Add an additional 6 cups of cold water over the mixture and make sure that it covers the peaches completely. Another good sign! They just keep floating above the liquid. I don't really have an opinion without trying it. I have not tried any other fruit, but I imagine that the juicier fruits like plums and cherries might work better this way than apples. Don't try it at home. How do you think it would turn out ? Do you have a recipe for brandy you love ? Can you please advise me on what it is I need to do? However, the raccoons, however cute they are, do worry me a bit, since they are supposed to be nocturnal animals. Be sure to leave room for the fermenting process to bubble. Pour sugar in bottom to a depth of one and a half inches. • Place the slices in a container and using a masher, mash the fruit into a pulp―this helps in speeding up the fermentation process. If I decide to make it a little more potent, what do you recommend I do in terms of adding vodka etc.? After four weeks, strain the mixture and discard the peach pulp and pits. victoria from Hamilton On. Bird feeders and fallen seed will also attract them as will gardens with yummy fresh vegetables...I don't really know the answer, sorry! The alcohol content of wine ranges from 8-20%. Since it's your recipe I thought you would know. It leaned a little more to the right. OH buy the way, following your recipe it made 7 1/2 bottles.. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on August 27, 2018: Did you have your container covered? Choose from 30 drink recipes containing Peach Brandy. https://tastykitchen.com/recipes/desserts/peach-brandy-peaches If you’re picking peaches from a tree, or buying them, make sure that you don’t pick green peaches―once picked, these will never ripen. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on September 19, 2013: Deb Leone - I'm not sure if this would work with cranberries or not. This is a done deal in peach season. After a week, use a long-handled spoon and stir the mixture. Layer peaches with sugar in a large stone crock. Here is a simple recipe for peach brandy that is sure to turn out well. Check them after a couple of weeks and check for bubbles, signs of fermentation. Thanks Stephanie for the fast response! Question: What is best temperature to store peaches while fermenting? This is delicious, but it is not distilled. That’s this Peach Brandy … It appears that my 2 gallon crock is filled enough, allowing room for bubbling. What happened though - when the peaches ripened, well the squirrels took every single one (wait - I think my DIL got one). The addition of concord grapes will give your brandy a little more color - maybe with a slight purple tinge? Boil the syrup rapidly until the syrup reaches 110°C (230°F) on a sugar thermometer. Thanks!!! Brandy Recipes. Wash peaches well and cut each one into 4 or 5 pieces. I'm sure there is a way to check the alcohol content, but I've never done it except to taste the brandy. But opting out of some of these cookies may have an effect on your browsing experience. Smell like alcohol and taste very strong. Let me know how it works out for you if you try it. Enjoy! • The next liquid to flow out will be the heads. • Slowly start heating the still on a strong flame and let it stay strong till the alcohol starts to drip from the spout. Looks as if he's modelling...definitely not camera shy. I like to stir it once a week for about four weeks. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on October 03, 2013: Momma try - It might work to use your canned peaches. :). I totally agree with you. The only thing was, the peach tree at our new house was ugly. • Wash the peaches thoroughly and cut into small slices. ► Peach fruits, 6► Sugar, granulated► Vodka, 750 ml, ► Masher► Large bowl► Strainer► Glass jar (with airtight lid)► Wine bottle. Good luck with it! Am just getting into wine making. The crock should be placed on a tray because during the fermentation process the liquid may bubble over and spill out. Although I do not know the alcohol content of my peach "brandy", it's probably in the range of wine and not true brandy. What if I do NOT want 2 use yeast ( I am in no hurry for the finished product..In fact I would like to let this set & ferment for 7 months 2 a year..Is that doable? Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on October 19, 2013: Deb Leone - If you've already strained and bottled it, I don't think the consistency will change. Try Peach Brandy! • Pour the mixture into a large glass jar and shut the jar with a tight lid. Dissolve yeast in about a cup of warm water and add to the peaches and sugar. charlie-1148@hotmail.com on August 29, 2012: I think you for your ricepes for the peach- brandy, I'm sure I will enjoy. Good luck with it! Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on December 14, 2013: Hello Joyce - You can make the brandy without yeast. Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. Here’s What to Use As a Substitute for Plain Yogurt, Need a Substitute for Feta Cheese? Thanks in advance. A lot depends on how juicy or dry your peaches are. I've never tried watermelon wine -- I'll have to take a look at the recipe as we can get amazing watermelons where I live. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on August 29, 2012: Wes Coon - I just just regular dry Fleishman's dry yeast for baking. In our research, we learned one needs additives that stabilize the wine and also kills the bacteria to age it without spoiling. Dave Hill - I think that peaches and grapes might be an interesting combination. I learned this the hard way and had to clean up a sticky floor when my crock bubbled over during fermentation. What a lovely dream and goal in life. If you find you're getting too much sediment, just use two layers. Feb 8, 2017 - Homemade peach brandy is delicious and easy to make. That November it did not bloom. The mixture will bubble a little when you stir it, a sign that it's still fermenting. No need to add more water than called for, but if you feel your batch is too dry, you can. ► Peach fruits, 3 quarts► Sugar, 4 pounds► Dry yeast, 6 tsp.► Water, 7 cups, ► Stone crock/Glass container► Masher► Tray► Plate► Spoon, long-handled► Strainer/Mesh cloth► Glass bottles. I would suggest that you just stir the floating peaches into the liquid and cover with plastic wrap. Mix flour and salt and add alternately with sour cream. Good luck with your peach brandy! The next spring, the tree leafed out but never bloomed. I think that the ripeness of the fruit will also come into play as riper peaches will have a higher sugar content. Many are going to pop in and say that this is wine and can only be brandy if you use a still. I have an Elberta peach tree and I think I will try your bandy recipe. I'll let you know how it turns out. I used Fleischman's active dry yeast that comes in a jar...the same stuff I use for bread making, but you can just get the dry packets used for baking if you don't need bulk yeast. Enjoy! For Cake: Preheat oven to 325 degrees. The plastic wrap will better keep out anything flying around in the air. During the fermentation process, it’s a good idea to place the containers on trays in case your mixture overflows. Many people also prefer to have it poured over their ice cream, since it adds a little something extra to the taste. Are you using active dry yeast or instant dry yeast? It was so exciting, and in June we were rewarded with a bumper crop of wonderful, juicy peaches. “Look, Tree, you’ve got to straighten out! • The last distillate to flow out is called the tails. I have heard to put raisons in a nylon stocking during the process. Thanks. I made 2 batches together so i was already a little short on the yeast in the beginning, will that be a problem as well? I'm making your peach brandy and at six days it has a slight bitter taste is there something I can do to get rid of this. • Place the crock on a tray and cover it with a plate. The foreshots and the heads will comprise the first 30 ml per 1.5 liters of wine. Keep the peels, but make sure to remove the pits. By adding yeast to the sugar/fruit/water mixture, the fermentation process gets a jump start. Strain out the fruit and bottle. Stir in flavorings and brandy. Just had its second stirring. Do you need to keep it in a warm or cool place while fermenting? Should I weight them down with a plate or something? By November when it decided to bloom again just in time for our first snow flurries, we decided to have a serious talk with it. Another way to know when the heads stop flowing is by the smell―though they don’t smell as strong as the foreshots, they are still strong and not as sweet as the next part of the distillate, the hearts. it if I can wait that long .I was thinking that I had to cook it like shine. • Peaches that are fully ripe will have a yellow or creamy color under the blush. Im using a very large Steel/aluminum Pan.Like one used for boiling lobster. Will not open until Jan or Feb but I did keep a bottle to sip on......lol. You can use plastic wrap to cover them. Also, what brand or yeast are you using? Here are some of Stephanie's favorites. Peaches need to be fully ripe for making the brandy. Just enjoy as it is! Make sure that once the still is placed inside the oven, the water rises to about 3 quarters on the sides of the still. Once this starts to flow, you can turn the heat off and stop the process. I think the recipe calling for all that water would be thin, but it might be fine. It appears that my peaches at the top are not submerged in the liquid. This year, I'll have to paint a peach still-life...while sipping peach brandy, of course! Ripe peaches also have a good fragrance and a well-defined crease. It is illegal to make it at home in some states of the USA. It is wine, but you can use a simple method called Freeze Distilling to brandy it. Chop and measure out to 4 1/2 cups. • After this time has passed, the brandy is ready to be served. I like the different aspects incorporated into it, the cute picture, the story about the fruitless tree, the success, the sharing of the fruit, the recipe. I don't think it matters a great deal as the yeast is just to jump start the fermentation process. Wash peaches, peel and remove pits. Depending on the kind of still that you have, the process could change a little―make sure that you’ve read the instructions that come with your still well enough. Answer: You can use them, but very ripe peaches are much better. How do I turn it into brandy? Stephanie, thank you so much for writing me back. Discard the pits, but you can keep the peels. Hi Christine, Thanks for reading my hub and taking the time to comment. Coarsely chop the peaches and combine with the remaining ingredients in a sous vide bag or Mason jar then seal and place in the water bath. I am "assuming" the brandy will really be Strong & Flavorful after sitting that long yes?? • As the process nears its end, you will almost always have to increase the temperature of the apparatus so that the same rate of flow is maintained―1 drop per 1-3 seconds. sugar. You'll just need 1 qt. I'm so glad the recipe worked so well for you. Add the remaining sugar to the poaching syrup and heat slowly until dissolved. After four weeks I poured the mixture out. Dissolve sugar in the vodka or brandy. The lemons do not make the brandy bitter. Thank you so much for the online instructions!! If you have access to your own peaches, pick the fruit at the peak of its ripeness for jams, pies and, of course, peach brandy. Do you think that this would work with cranberries? The best advice is to make sure your garbage is in raccoon proof containers. Cristina Cakes from Virginia on May 20, 2019: I just bought a house with several peach and other fruit trees in the yard. If you wish to clarify it further, you can let it sit for another few days and let any sediment settle out, then siphon off the clear liquid on the top. They have a very pleasant fragrance, and peach blossoms are so pretty. Sharing a little peach brandy is certainly good for the heart, and for one's mood. Hi, sorry to be pedantic, but what you describe is a fermented peach juice, a "peach wine" if you will, but it is not brandy. Step 3 Put butter in a saucepan over medium-low heat, add almonds, and heat together until butter melts, about 2 minutes. Learn more about Peach Brandy in the drink dictionary!. Answer: You need something non-porous that will not impart flavor to the brandy/wine. Summer time heralds a profusion of peaches, and their distinctive sweet taste and smell makes those summer months a real joy. Did you ever find a way to use the peaches other than just composting? Followed this recipe for peach brandy last October (2012) and enjoyed an excellent brandy in March. Wash peaches well and cut each one into 4 or 5 pieces. How about keeping the feeling of summer alight all through the year with some homemade peach brandy? Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on September 02, 2015: Bill -- another thought -- does your water have added chlorine or chemicals? If you are going to pick the fruit and use it immediately, you will want it at the peak of ripeness and it should be slightly softened. Unless your peaches were bad, all should go well. Arrange peaches cut-side up in the prepared baking dish. I also have a seedless concord grape vine and am considering adding in a pint of those.. what do you think about this idea?? Therefore, I would like to triple of more your recipe. I have his recipe and am going to attempt to make my own batch (finally) - He made Peach, Plum, and Black Cherry. • Cover the jar with an airtight lid and store the jar at room temperature for a month. Should I weight them down? It seems that raw cranberries might not release the juice that peaches do. This seemed like a good indication that the tree was never going to produce fruit. I love peaches. It just takes a little longer to start fermenting. That is false! Doug S. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on September 20, 2017: Brian - Stainless steel is probably just fine, but I wouldn't use aluminum. Wash some small, very ripe peaches (in season). Add the peaches and sugar to a clean lidded glass jar. Unless your liquid no longer covers the peaches, i wouldn't add water. Copyright © Tastessence & Buzzle.com, Inc. If you have access to your own peaches, pick the fruit at the peak of its ripeness for jams, pies and, of course, peach brandy. Even though peaches are a low pectin fruit, the homemade pectin in this Preparation. Is there anything more luscious than a juicy sweet tree-ripened peach? • Next, dissolve the yeast in a cup of warm water and pour into the crock. Straining your peach brandy through a fine cheesecloth will help take the cloudiness out. After we had our fill of peaches and cream, peach pie and peach shortcake, we made peach jam. Thanks for visiting my hub and for commenting! It sounds like you're doing it perfectly, and your grape wine/brandy must be beautiful. I think when I made the blackberry brandy, I used smaller jars, so a plate wouldn't have worked. I loved the peachy scent and enjoyed having cut up peaches on my breakfast cereal or with sugar and cream for a desert. Cherry brandy sounds delicious! Simone Haruko Smith from San Francisco on April 18, 2011: Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on April 16, 2011: Luckily, we don't have squirrels in our backyard, yet, and the raccoons seem happy with the dropped peaches. This may take about 10-15 minutes. However, I was confused that you asked if the lemon was making the peach brandy/wine bitter. What Are the Best Ghee Substitute Options? I am making peach brandy for the first time, and wondered if its normal for it to be so cloudy )its been in the crock pot for a month and I've just bottled it today)? I'm excited! It's your experiment! This will help in making the taste and texture, smoother. The liquid level should not have gone down very much. If I follow your brandy recipe how much liquid (WINE)will I get. Sign up to receive the latest and greatest articles from our site automatically each week (give or take)...right to your inbox. When you add sugar to the peaches, it will release the juices. You can refrigerate fully ripe peaches and they will keep for a few days. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on August 26, 2017: Ric - Sorry, I don't know the answer to that. The neighbors say that in the two years the house was empty they enjoyed stealing all the peaches! Enjoy! We grow and can most of our food. You can also email me at jycbrnch@yahoo.com. Charlie-1148 - No, you don't have to cook anything to make peach brandy. Peach brandy is basically a mixture of fruit and sugar. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on May 04, 2011: Wow, I never tried trading it for anything! Seal securely and store in cool, dark place. Glad that it worked so well for you. It’s a sweet, almost syrupy liquor, but it does have alcohol content, and tastes wonderful! The mixture will bubble a little when you stir it, a sign that it's still fermenting. Question: What is the best way to strain the pits and peaches out of the brandy? I don't think it will hurt. Stephanie Henkel (author) from USA on September 11, 2012: Hi Dave Hill - I'm so glad that your peach brandy is coming along so well. Looking good. This recipe is adapted from food blog Serious Eat's DIY Peach Liqueur recipe. If so, that could also affect the flavor. If you’re interested in making your own Brandy then check out the recipes we’ve posted below. We hope you are enjoying Tastessence! To do this, cover the jar with a piece of cloth and secure it in place with rubber bands over the lid. This crop of peaches is ripe for the picking. 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