Mulled wine is a great treat on a cold winter night. Try some of these recipes and experiment with the range of spices and wine that can be used.
I make this at Christmas but you could make it any time. It is lovely with no icing etc, kids demolish it in no time. You can place almond halves, whole cherrys etc at the bottom of the pan for decoration. Great to freeze and have ready for those surprise occasions. Prenzels is a New Zealand made product.
Although Christmas comes in our summer, it can be pleasant to serve a traditional warm drink as a nightcap.
After having mulled wine while on holiday in Tassie I made my own at home, I love this recipe and use it now at all my cold weather parties.
This is an easy recipe for mulled wine, put all the ingredients in a slow cooker, leave it then serve it as it stays warm for the whole frosty evening.
This is a very warming and potent punch. Red wine is heated with rum, black tea, lemon juice, orange juice, sugar and cinnamon. It's perfect for Christmas and the New Year.
This is a very simple warm punch with black tea and red wine combined with a touch of sugar and lemon. Ideal for a winter's afternoon or Christmas in July.
This delicious winter warmer of mulled wine is seasoned with cloves, cinnamon, lemon peel, orange, nutmeg and sugar. It's my favourite way to warm up on a winters eve.
Mulled wine is a great drink for adults, it has a lovely rich flavour which is accented with cloves and cinnamon. This recipe is best served warm.
This mulled wine recipe couldn't be easier to do. Don't bother with expensive wine, a cheap red will work beautifully and no one will ever know the difference! Start with a little sugar, then add more to taste. This recipe can be easily doubled or trebled.
Everyone has their own version of mulled or 'glowing' wine but this is the one we had when I was in Amsterdam.