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Mulled Wine

By Malgorzata Weglarz

It’s that time of the year again: you can warm up some wine, put spices into it and voila! You no longer have a drinking problem, you’re just festive!

But all jokes aside, mulled wine is probably one of the best ways to get you into holiday cheer(s).

All the spices: cinnamon, ginger, cloves combine all together to make you want to wear a cozy sweater, warm up under a blanket and just look at your christmas tree.

But let’s say you lived under a rock, and you have no idea how to make the standard winter drink. Don’t worry, Vremi got you.

First of all you need wine.

The rest is really up to you.

THE BEST INGREDIENTS ARE

Cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg will get you a rich aroma.
Ginger or a little bit of pepper to give you that extra kick.
Honey, raisins to add sweetness.
Ginger or a little bit of pepper to give you that extra kick.
DID YOU KNOW?

According to Merriam-Webster, the word “mull” as a verb that means “to heat, sweeten, and flavor with spaces” was used in the context of wine or cider for the first time in 1618.

USEFUL TIP

Never let the wine overboil! The best temperature is 158℃. If the temperature is higher the wine will lose its taste (and %).

GOOD TO KNOW

Mulled wine with spices is a good remedy for a common cold . You could of course use some vitamin C pills, but where’s the fun in that?

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