A Fuzzy Navel Peach Sangria is a celestial medley of everything that is right in this world. Plenty of fresh peaches get combined with a bottle of white Moscato, orange juice, peach schnapps, and vodka.
If you make a big pitcher of this, it will be quickly eliminated Terminator style. It might have something to do with just how great a fuzzy navel cocktail tastes thrown together with wine and peaches. I’m seriously, drinking a glass (or 3) of this while typing this post. Please forgive me if there are a few more typos (than usual). Luckily, I’ve hired my husband to be my editor. He gets paid via food and cocktails, so we are all winners.
A lot of brainstorming went into this creation (all 5 minutes or so). My original plan was to just make it a peach sangria with a bit of pie flavor. However, something made me think of the magnificence that is a Fuzzy Navel Cocktail. I mean, we’re talking peach schnapps, orange juice and vodka. These are a few of my favorite things, but not when the bee stings. Getting stung in the ankle bone by a bee just sucks. True story…it really happened to me last weekend.
My digressions have led me down a very bumpy road that will be regrettable later. Simply said, this drink is too good. You must mix up a pitcher of it immediately and share with your friends if you’re feeling altruistic.
That being said, I would love to take you through the pain-staking process of making this delightful sangria. Dump a bunch of sliced up peaches into a big old pitcher. Pour a whole bottle of White Moscato into said pitcher. Add orange juice, peach schnapps and vodka. Stir it up and try not to drink it all at once!
Yes, I have a slightly unhealthy obsession for Sangria. It is my number 1 go-to drink for entertaining (myself). Check out my Cocktail Page for even more inspiration.
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- 1 bottle white Moscato
- 1 1/2 c. peach schnapps
- 1 1/2 c. orange juice
- 1 c. vodka
- 3 whole peaches; sliced and halved
- sprigs fresh mint
Add sliced peaches to the bottom of a large pitcher.
Pour the Moscato over the top of the peaches.
Add remaining ingredients and lightly stir.
Serve over ice with a fresh mint sprig.