Mulled Wine Gløgg
Scandinavian Mulled Wine (Gløgg + Non-Alcoholic Version)
Hot mulled wine to keep you warm in the cold month of December. This is both alcoholic and non-alcholic, equally delicious!
Mulled Wine Gløgg
Scandinavian Mulled Wine (Gløgg + Non-Alcoholic Version)
Hot mulled wine to keep you warm in the cold month of December. This is both alcoholic and non-alcholic, equally delicious!
Servings Prep Time
2-2,5liter 5minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
5minutes 20minutes
Servings Prep Time
2-2,5liter 5minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
5minutes 20minutes
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Find a saucepan of 3 liter or more, and add in all the ingredients. Add in all the spices, sliced ginger, saft/concentrate + water, apple juice, sliced orange and lemon, juice of half a lemon, zest of half an orange and the brown sugar. Everything apart from the red wine. You can add it at this point if everyone want alcohol. But remember that you only want the wine to heat up, not boil.
  2. Whenever you see smoke starting to evolve, just remove from the heat and let it rest for around 20-30 minutes. This will let all the spices blend with the liquids. But before resting time, I like to remove the orange and lemon slices to avoid getting too bitter gløgg.
  3. You may want to reheat it just a little when it is done steeping. That’s also when you’ll heat your red wine if you’re separating the two. Remove the whole spices from the mix and it’s ready! Garnish each glass with an orange or clementine slice, cinnamon stick and star anis. But remember that the garnishes may give it an even stronger flavor. 
Recipe Notes

Author: Stine Mari from Ginger with Spice

 

* By concentrate I mean unmixed concentrate, also known as cordial and squash, and in Norwegian it’s saft!