How To Make Mulled Wine!
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This delicious concoction of fruit and spices makes a perfect drink for the festive period. Served warm, it takes the chill out of any wintry evening. How-to video below
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Ingredients
1 ½ ltr / 2.6 pints of medium bodied red wine
3 oranges; one whole, the other 2 quartered
15 cloves
1 lemon in quarters
6 Tbsp of sugar
3 inch / piece of cinnamon stick
2 inch / piece of ginger, peeled and cut in half
55 g / 2 oz sultanas (or golden raisins)
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Steps
1) - Prepare the oranges. Take the whole orange and push the cloves into it, sharp end first.
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2) - Spread the cloves evenly around the orange.
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3) - Mix the ingredients. Place into the saucepan the clove-studded
orange, orange segments, the lemon quarter, the ginger, cinnamon, sultanas.

Pour over the wine.
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4) - Heat the wine. Place the saucepan on a medium heat. Add the sugar
to the wine. Give it a good stir with the spoon. Leave the wine to warm to
just under a simmer, which is when you should see some bubbles and a bit
of steam rising. Stir well again. Allow the flavours to infuse for twenty minutes.
After this time, remove from the heat.
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5) - Serve. Using the spoon carefully, place all the fruit, the sultanas, ginger and cinnamon into the punch bowl.
Pour the wine into the bowl, onto the fruit. Allow the wine to cool a little before serving.
When ready to serve, ladle the wine into the glasses.
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Tips
An important tip: Don't let the mulled wine boil or the alcohol will evaporate.

Alcohol boils at 78.5 Celsius or 173 degrees Fahrenheit
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Warnings
Be sure to use glasses able to withstand hot liquid.
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Things You'll Need
1 glass punch bowl
1 medium sized saucepan
1 ladle
1 spoon
4 sturdy glasses (which can take heat)
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•  Wassail  (wassailing)
•  Glogg wine

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Serves: 4
Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Cooking Time: 20 minutes

Christmas Drinks:
How To Make Mulled Wine
Mulled wine, variations of which are popular around the world, is wine, usually red, combined with spices and typically served warm. Nowadays, it is a traditional drink during winter, especially around Christmas and Halloween.
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