Mulled “Wine” Premium PD Recipe
- Cuisine: German
- Skill Level: Easy
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Direct link to this recipe: https://protectivediet.com/recipe/mulled-wine
Mugs of hot ruby red cheer filled with fragrant warming aromatics are traditionally sipped to celebrate Christmas throughout the United Kingdom. In Germany, warm spiced wine is called Glug and enjoyed in the U.S. at German Christmas festivals, served in collectible ceramic mugs shaped like boots. If mulled wine is a traditional holiday beverage in your home or you are excited to serve a new one, this simmering alcohol free version will infuse your body with calorie free protective liquid antioxidants to boost your immune system and leave you hydrated and ready for the hustle and bustle of the holiday season.
What are cloves? Cloves of what??
They are a spice called cloves. They are sold in whole form or ground. We use the whole clove in this recipe as well as the recipe for Pho (a Vietnamese soup).
Nice holiday drink! We added some Pellegrino to cooled mulled wine and it made a version of the Starbucks passion tea.
This drink is fabulous both hot and cold! I made a pot in the morning and drank 2 servings hot and then put the remainder in a quart jar in the fridge to drink the following day…took a sip of it cold and really liked it. I had a Christmas party with all SAD eaters and followed Julie’s advice to cook and then transfer to a crockpot on low for serving with mugs with orange slices and cinnamon sticks…very festive and everyone loved it!
I just had wassail recently and this is so close!!! Very good! I will be making this again.
I only have Hibiscus tea bags. How many would I use?
Try one bag per cup of water.