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Mulling Spices

The Scandinavians have warmed themselves in winter for more than 200 years with steaming cups of glögg, or mulled wine. Our mix of cinnamon, allspice, and cloves makes preparing this libation easy: boil water, add the spices, and simmer for 20 minutes while enjoying the festive scent. Sieve the mixture, then add the wine or cider.

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Mulled wine or cider is the perfect beverage for holiday parties or quiet evenings in. To make a delicious mulled beverage, put these mulling spices in a teaball or muslin bag and simmer in water for 20 minutes to release the flavors. Discard the water, pour in the wine, cider or brandy, and gently heat. Remove the mulling spices and make sure to serve it piping hot. For a standard bottle of wine or brandy, use 1 tablespoon of spices; for cider, use 3 tablespoons per gallon. To give your kitchen a festive scent for the holidays, just keep a small handful of mulling spices simmering in a pan or crockpot. Ingredients: Cinnamon, allspice, cloves, cardamom, mace.

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the fragrance is heavenly

I love to mull cider and wine during the holidays. This blend is exactly the right balance of fragrance and spicy flavor.

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Reward for shoveling snow

I prep a batch of mulled cider or mulled mead to thaw us out after a bout of snow shoveling. The spices make the house smell fantastic and add multiple layers of brightness and warmth to the flavors. I also add orange peel when simmering the cider.

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