Flavor Of Classic Mulled Spices!

How are mulling spices used in drinks?

There is no drink such as winter glogg for your Christmas. The flavor of the spices is loved all over the world and is used in cooking and for making different kinds of drinks. Mulling spices are a classic combination of cinnamon sticks, green cardamom, allspice berries, whole cloves, and anise for a classic warm drink. At the end of the day, cinnamon is one of the most delicious and healthiest spices in the world. The hot spiced will taste like sweat and spice and that will be the best taste you have. you can make some recipes at home and will also taste good plus they will be perfect.

1. Glogg Swedish Christmas punch

Glogg, which means “glow”, derives its glow which is created during the burning of sugar over the drink and the warm glow which it creates when imbibed


1 bottle of claraet Burgundy wine or other dry red wine, 10 cardamom seeds, Three pieces of dried or fresh Orange peel, 10 dried figs, 5 whole cloves, 1 cup raisins, ½ Ib Sugar cube1 cup branch slivered almonds, 6 bags of old traditional mulled spices.

How to make Glogg Swedish Christmas punch?

In a large decorative kettle pour claraet or wine. Add cardamom seeds and orange peel. Poke holes in figs with the cloves and insert them. Add the cloved figs and raisins. Stir in the almonds and add old traditional mulling spiced bags. Cover and simmer over low heat until mixture just begins to boil, and remove from heat. Carry the cattle away from the stove. Remove mulling spices bags. Place the sugar cubes in an all-metals sieve that has a long handle. Wearing a silicon hot mitt or other long-armed hot oven mitts, dip the sugar cube into a liquid to moisten them. Light the sugar with a match and allow it to burn. Continue dripping the sieve into the liquid until the sugar has completely melted into the glogg.

Covered kettle to put out the flame if needed when you are done. Put the mixture through a sieve to strain. Heat the glogg before serving but do not boil. Serve hot in wine glasses or mugs, Garnish each glass with a few raisins and almonds.

2. Spiced wine

A festive holiday drink when family and friends gather.Great and also on a cold Chile Winter evening With family and friends before roaring fire.


4 cups Apple Cider or apple juice, ¼  Cup honey 1 Bottle of red wine, 6 bags of old traditional mulled spices with orange zest, 4 cinnamon sticks spices, Orange slices for garnish

How to make spiced wine?

Heat Apple Cider for Apple juice in a large Pan to steamy but not boiling. Put in old traditional mulling spiced bags to steep for 3 minutes. Stir in honey until dissolved and put in red wine. Add warm wine to a wine glass. Add one orange zest in each glass And Ganesh with one orange slice and cinnamon sticks.


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