1 750mL bottle not too sweet white wine (I used a Pinot Gris)
8 ounces Peach Pit Lemon Thyme Syrup
4 ounces Armagnac (may use a cognac or brandy )
1 small/medium or 2 cups fresh pineapple diced
6 white peaches washed and diced
a small handful of fresh thyme sprigs
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- Prepare my Peach-Pit Lemon Thyme Syrup and let cool overnight.
- In a glass or ceramic mixing bowl, pour the bottle of white wine in. Add the syrup, Armagnac and stir to combine. Taste for sweetness… if you would like a little more sweet depending on the variety of white wine you chose, please feel free to add more of the syrup.
- In a nonmetal beverage container of your choosing, layer the bottom with diced pineapple, then sliced or diced peaches. Twist or braid your thyme together for appearance, and coil into the container. Pour in the white wine mixture slowly. The fruit will rise, but will settle down after it has set long enough and the flavors combine.
- Cover and let rest at least one hour or overnight. When ready to serve pour into preferred drinking glasses, maybe add a little of the fruit for fun, and sit back and relax. Happy Summer!