We found a Mulled Wine Recipe for you – it’s called “Glühwein” or the English version, Gluhwine. It is a traditional hot drink during the winter/holiday months. The fall and winter months are the time for hot drinks and beverages, and Germany is very popular in making and serving these drinks! Every German Christmas serves this drink and, because it’s cold in December, it’s really keeping warm, and makes tipsy if enjoyed too much!
In Scandinavia they call it “Gloegg” but it is served without alcohol. Glühwein tastes the best when the temperatures are low, enjoying it outside or at the fireplace. It is a Standard drink on every German Christmas Market in Germany. On the markets they sell it steaming hot from their booths.
Glühwein does not only smell nice it tastes delicious too! It is a wonderful drink for these cold winter days. Find out how to make it at home. ALDI carries a selection, so does Cost Plus or German specialty shops. Happy Cooking!
(for 4 bottles with 750ml content)
750 ml white wine, dry
750 ml wine, rosé (Moscato)
1500 ml red wine, (Bordeaux)
300 g sugar
1 lemon and 1 orange, organic
2 cinnamon sticks
1 dash nutmeg
1/2 tbsp allspice
TEA TIME WITH TEEKANNE —-> Get this German Tea here <—-
– Fill wine with sugar, grated lemon and orange peel and spices in a pot and bring it to a boil.
– Let it stand for 1-2 days then strain it.
– Fill the mulled wine into clean bottles (rinsed with boiling hot water) and close them right away.
Keep them up to 4 weeks at a cool and dark place. If you have a wine cellar, that’s the ideal place.
If you want to drink it just re-heat the wine but don’t let it boil.
2 liter red wine (not to dry)
sugar to taste
1 organic orange
2 cinnamon sticks
2 star anise seeds