RinQuinQuin is a very smart French peach liqueur made by combining white wine with infusions and distillations of peaches and peach leaves. The term RinQuinQuin was originally a generic word. In the Provençal language, it means 'invigorating drink' (from the verb requinquilhar: to cheer up).
The peaches and leaves are macerated separately in alcohol and wine in order to extract the parts that are soluble.
At the end of the required maceration period (six months to one year), the infusions that are obtained are separated into two parts. The liquid part is added to the white wine. The solid part is distilled and then added.
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