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Looking for a way to warm up this winter? Then look to mulled spiced wine! This type of fortified wine combines spices, fruit, and red wine and then heats it. The mulling process not only enhances the wine’s flavor but also creates a warm and inviting drink that is perfect for sipping on cold evenings. Mulled spiced wine originated in Europe, but has since become popular in North America.

There are many different mulled wine recipes, so you should experiment to find the perfect flavor combination for you. Common mulling spices include cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, and allspice. Some recipes also call for adding fruit juice or fresh fruit to the mix. Once mulling spices and fruit are added to the red wine, the mixture is heated until it is just below boiling. The heat helps to release the flavors of the spices and fruit into the wine.

Serve Mulled spiced wine in a mug and garnish with a cinnamon stick or orange slice. If you’re looking for a festive and flavorful way to enjoy red wine this holiday season, mulled spiced wine is the perfect choice!

What is mulled spiced wine?

Mulled spiced wine is a type of red wine that’s flavored with mulling spices and fruit. The most common mulling spices include cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, and allspice. The addition of these spices gives the wine a warm, rich flavor that is perfect for sipping on a cold winter night. 

Some recipes also call for adding fruit juice or fresh fruit to the mix. After adding mulling spices and fruit to the red wine the mixture is heated until just below boiling. Heat helps release the spice and fruit in flavors into the wine.

Mulled wine is best served in a mug. The warmth of the mulled wine can help to take the chill off of a cold winter day. Mulled wine is a popular holiday drink, and is often served at Christmas parties or other holiday gatherings. If you are looking for a festive and tasty way to celebrate the holidays, mulled spiced wine is a great option.

There are many different types of mulled wine, but some of the most popular include glogg and wassail. Glogg is Swedish mulled wine made with red wine, almonds, and citrus fruits. The spices are steeped in red wine or cider and then combined with a spirit such as vodka, aquavit, or rum. The mixture is heated and served warm.

Types of mulled wine include Finnish glohi, which is made with white wine; Austrian gluhwein, which is made with red wine; Wassail is an English mulled wine that is made with cider or ale, spices, and dried fruits.