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What is Mulled wine spice Mix
Mulled wine, also known as spiced wine, is an alcoholic drink usually made with red wine, along with various mulling spices and sometimes raisins, served hot or warm. It is a traditional drink during winter, especially around Christmas. It is usually served at Christmas markets in Europe, primarily in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and eastern France. There are non-alcoholic versions of it. Vodka-spiked mulled wine can be found in Polish Christmas markets, where mulled wine is commonly used as a mixer. To every pint of wine allow 1 large cupful of water, sugar, and spice to taste.
Where does Mulled Wine Spice Mix come from?
The Ancient Greeks weren’t really the type of people to leave extra wine on the table, but there was always a part of the harvest that didn’t make it. In order to prevent waste (and to make sure as much alcohol as possible was palatable), the Greeks would dump spices into the wine and heat it up. Always the Greek copycat, the Romans heated their extra wine with spices to save any from being wasted. But the Romans added a twist and called their wine “Conditum Paradoxum,” and a version of this recipe is still sold today.
Entirely Ingredients Mulled Wine spice Mix
All Spice Pimento, Cloves, Cinnamon
Grade Food GradePurity 100%
Mulled Wine Spice Mix Food Grade 100g
Mulled Wine Spice Mix Food Grade 200g
Mulled Wine Spice Mix Food Grade 500g