Hi @Jovimaple. I had considered a peach flavor pack but was afraid that it would make my wine too sweet at this point. It certainly could use some more flavor but not much more sweetness. I have ordered some peach flavored extract from Olive Nation and will bench test a little bit of it. If I had it to do over again I would have added a lot more peaches and a flavor pack.Maybe try a peach flavorpack? Look at the "Tweaking cheap kits" thread for info on flavorpacks.
You can also buy flavorings to add.
4 lbs of fruit for 3 gallons won't give very much flavor. I made a pure peach with just peach nectar, without any water, and I got just over 3 gallons from 36 lbs of peaches.
Edited to add that for my mixed berry DB, I use 12 lbs of berries for 6 gallons. I think those berries have a stronger flavor than peaches do.
What were the original and final specific gravity numbers?I made some more dragon blood on 6/18/23. I used 12 pounds of Wymans 3 berry mix for 6 gallons of wine. The wine tastes pretty good right now and has cleared up. Thats the problem. I usually like sweet wines. At almost 2 months, this wine tastes sweet to me now. Either my taste is changing or my wine requires more time, but I thought DB was an early drinker. So I am a little confused as to what to do? Give it more time and see if it needs some sugar then or bottle it as is. Anyone find that DB does not require any sugar?