Mulled wine spice mix - 120 g

✔ As a gift, gimmick or for self-enjoyment
✔ The mix for your favorite mulled wine
✔ For the Christmas spirit at home

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Mulled wine spice mix – Christmas feeling for your home

Christmas spirit and mulled wine go together like Christmas trees and candles! If the Christmas market is too tricky for you this year, you don't have to miss out on delicious mulled wine. Whether with or without alcohol, red, white or with a shot of gin - our mulled wine spice mix will add that Christmassy touch.

Christmas feeling at home - with our spice mix it tastes like the Christmas market. As a gift or gimmick for the virtual Christmas team meeting, you can use it to create a Christmas atmosphere. Everyone can choose the base for the mulled wine or punch themselves: the spice mix tastes just as good in sweet red wine as it does in white wine, apple or grape juice.

With our mulled wine spice mix you can create your own favorite mulled wine. Orange peel, cinnamon, cloves and star anise will immediately put you in the Christmas spirit. There is no easier way to enjoy the festive atmosphere with family, friends or as a team!

Mulled wine spice mix

  • The mix for your favorite mulled wine
  • Perfect for the Christmas market at home and the Christmas team meeting
  • As a gift, gimmick or for self-enjoyment
  • Tastes great in red or white wine as well as in apple or grape juice

The spice mix for your favourite mulled wine

It's very easy to prepare : Heat your base drink, e.g. sweet red or white wine, grape or apple juice, and add the mulled wine spices as desired. We recommend 3-4 heaped tablespoons of spice mix per liter of liquid. You can also add fresh orange peel and sweeten the drink with sugar as needed. Leave to steep for 10 minutes and you're done! Important: Only heat to around 75°C, otherwise the alcohol will evaporate. Then pour off the spices and enjoy your delicious mulled wine!

Tip: Hot mulled apple wine also tastes great with a shot of gin or amaretto!

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Andreas Melzer

Gute Gewürze,aber etwas zu Anis lastig.
Etwas Kardamon wäre sehr gut in der Mischung.