Whether you know this asgløgg,glühwein, or vin chaud,mulled wine recipes have survived throughout the centuries in cultures worldwide. Our traditional winter warmer is sure to spice up a winter picnic or a chilly evening by the fire.
Slices of fresh orange and cinnamon sticks to garnish
Place wine in a saucepan and heat gently over a medium heat. Just before it comes to the boil, turn off the heat and allow to cool slightly. Alternatively, pour the wine into a microwavable dish and microwave for 2-3 min. Don’t let the wine boil otherwise you'll burn off the alcohol!
Add honey and stir to mix thoroughly (optional)
Add 7-Spice Blend and stir to dissolve and taste. Add more spice blend if you want a stronger flavour.
Serve in heatproof glasses and garnish with slices of orange and cinnamon sticks.
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