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Peach Schnapps

Nutritional Information

1 cup slices, peach schnapps

  • Calories 66
  • Calories from Fat 3.78
  • Amount%DV
  • Total Fat 0.42g1%
  • Saturated Fat 0.032g0%
  • Monounsaturated Fat 0.114g
  • Polyunsaturated Fat 0.146g
  • Cholestreol 0mg0%
  • Sodium 0mg0%
  • Potassium 323mg9%
  • Total Carbohydrate 16.22g5%
  • Dietary Fiber 2.6g10%
  • Sugars 14.26g
  • Protein 1.55g3%
  • Calcium 1mg0%
  • Iron 2mg11%
  • Vitamin A 11%
  • Vitamin C 19%

Peach Schnapps on Wikipedia:

Schnapps is a type of distilled alcoholic beverage. The English word schnapps is derived from the German Schnaps (plural, Schnäpse), which can refer to any strong alcoholic drink but particularly those containing at least 32% ABV (64 proof).[1] American schnapps, however, are liqueurs.

The German word is pronounced  [ʃnÉ‘ps] (help·info); the English form is more usually pronounced as /ʃnæps/.

Schnaps is a Low German noun that means swallow; it has been documented in its High German meaning since before the 18th century.[2]


Schnaps in German-speaking regions

German Schnaps is clear, colorless, and has a light fruit flavor. It is distilled from fermented fruit, is bottled with no added sugar, and normally contains about 40% ABV (80 proof). Its appearance and taste are the same as that of eau-de-vie, but this French term is seldom used in German-speaking countries. In Austria, Switzerland, and southern Germany, these beverages are commonly called Obstler (from the German Obst, fruit).[3] Obstler are associated with the southern part of the German language area; equivalent beverages exist all over central and southeastern Europe. In northern Germany, almost all traditional distilled beverages are grain-based.

A broader definition of Schnaps includes other German-made spirits such as Kräuterlikör (e.g., Jägermeister), Korn, Kümmel, German gin (e.g., Steinhäger), and generally any distilled beverage.

The main kinds of fruit used for German Schnaps are apples, pears, plums, and cherries — listed here in order from the least expensive to the most. Apricot is another popular fruit that is often used in Austrian Schnaps (Marillenschnaps). Fruits other than these five kinds are rarely used for German Schnaps.

Apples are usually used together with pears to make fruit brandy (Obstwasser). Pears alone are used to produce poire Williams (Williamsbirne). Plums make Zwetschgenwasser, and cherries make Kirschwasser.

A raspberry-flavored spirit called Himbeergeist is also a Schnaps, although it is not produced by means of fermenting raspberries, which produce a low yield of alcohol due to their low sugar content. Instead, alcohol is infused with fresh raspberries, and this mixture is then distilled.

American schnapps

The label on a bottle of American schnapps, peach-flavored and bottled at 15% ABV.

American schnapps are alcoholic beverages that are produced by mixing neutral grain spirit with fruit flavors or with other flavors. This mixture is then bottled with added sugar and (usually) glycerine, producing a smooth, syrup-like drink. Their alcohol content can be anywhere between 15% and 50% ABV (30–100 proof).

American schnapps can be bought in a very wide variety of flavors, including aniseed, apricot, banana, blackberry, black currant (aka crème de cassis), butterscotch, cherry, cinnamon, coffee, lemon, mandarin orange, menthol mint, peach, peppermint, root beer, and sour apple.

These drinks technically fall into the category of liqueurs because of their added sugar content. [4]

See also

Brandy Distilled beverage Eau-de-vie Fruit brandy Liqueur Neutral grain spirit Scandinavian snaps Hungarian pálinka Zivania


^ Wahrig: Deutsches Wörterbuch (Munich: Bertelsmann, 2006). See Branntwein at p. 298 and Schnaps at p. 1305. ^ Kluge: Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache, 23., erweiterte Auflage (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1999), 734. ^ Wahrig: Deutsches Wörterbuch (Munich: Bertelsmann, 2006). See Obstler at p. 1087. ^ Lichine, Alexis. Alexis Lichine’s New Encyclopedia of Wines & Spirits (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1987), 306–307. v â€¢ d â€¢ e Alcoholic beverages   History and production History of alcohol History of alcohol Â· History of beer Â· History of Champagne Â· History of wine Â· History of French wine Â· History of Rioja wine Production Brewing Â· Distilling Â· Winemaking   Alcoholic beverages Fermented beverage Beer (types) Â· Wine (types) Â· Cider (category) Â· Mead (category) Â· Rice wine (category) Â· Other fermented beverages Distilled beverage Brandy (category) Â· Gin (category) Â· Liqueur (category) Â· Rum (category) Â· Tequila (category) Â· Vodka (category) Â· Whisky (category) Fortified wine (category) Madeira wine (category) Â· Marsala wine Â· Port wine Â· Sherry (category) Â· Vermouth (category)   Distilled beverages by ingredients Grain Barley: Irish whiskey Â· Japanese whisky Â· Scotch whisky Â· Maize: Bourbon whiskey Â· Corn whiskey Â· Tennessee whiskey Â· Rice: Awamori Â· Rice baijiu Â· Soju Â· Rye: Rye whiskey Â· Sorghum: Baijiu (Kaoliang) Fruit Apple: Applejack Â· Calvados Â· Cashew Apple: Fenny† Â· Coconut: Arrack† Â· Grape: Armagnac Â· Brandy Â· Cognac Â· Pisco Â· Plum: Slivovitz Â· Å¢uicㆠ· Pomace: Grappa Â· Marc Â· Orujo Â· Tsikoudia Â· Tsipouro Â· Zivania Â· Chacha† Â· Various/other fruit: Eau de vie Â· Kirschwasser Â· Palinka Â· Rakia Â· Schnaps Other Agave: Mezcal Â· Tequila Â· Sugarcane/molasses: Aguardiente Â· Cachaça Â· Clairin Â· Guaro Â· Rum Â· Seco Herrerano Â· Tharra Â· Various cereals and potato: Akvavit Â· Baijiu Â· Canadian whisky Â· Poitin Â· ShōchÅ« Â· Vodka Â· Whisky   Liqueurs and infused distilled beverages by ingredients Almond: Amaretto Â· Crème de Noyaux Â· Anise: Absinthe Â· Arak Â· Ouzo Â· Raki Â· Pastis Â· Sambuca Â· Chocolate Â· Cinnamon: Tentura Â· Coconut: Malibu Â· Coffee: Kahlua Â· Tia Maria Â· Egg: Advocaat Â· Hazelnut: Frangelico Â· Herbs: Aquavit Â· Bénédictine Â· Brennivín Â· Crème de menthe Â· Metaxa Â· Honey: Bärenjäger Â· Drambuie Â· Krupnik Â· Juniper: Gin Â· Jenever Â· Orange: Campari Â· Curaçao Â· Triple sec Â· Star anise: Sassolino Â· Sugarcane/molasses: Charanda Â· Various/other fruit: Crème de banane Â· Crème de cassis Â· Limoncello Â· Schnapps Â· Sloe gin Alcoholic beverages category Â· Drink Portal Â· Beer Portal Â· Beer WikiProject Â· Wine Portal Â· Wine WikiProject Â· Spirits WikiProject