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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 Mulling Spices have fantastic flavor. I add a bit of Orange Zest to a muslin bag with the Mulling Spices into a 5 cup slow cooker.
Everyone was so impressed. I got the clear pasteurized apple cider. And used your wonderful mulling spice in the muslin bags I also purchased. Amazing results. Thank you
They are great. I used last year and received great comments so I ordered 3 packets this year!!!
I really liked this. You can get mulling spices in the grocery store, but I like this mix/ratio just a bit better. I added two tablespoons to about eight cups of water, let the kitchen smell amazing and then added the water to the crockpot/instant pot I was cooking my apples in for cider. It makes a fantastic flavorful cider that can be drunk on its own or added to cocktails. If you like making cider in the colder months, spring for the big bag.
Keep a baby crockpot going with this blend and add more cinnamon, etc. Olfactory ecstasy on those rainy winter indoor days too n the NW: