Glögg – a mulled wine recipe

Wine Recipes
In today’s video, we’re making glögg! This is a Scandinavian mulled wine recipe that is typically made for large holiday parties. This year I’m not attending any large parties, so I’ve put together my own recipe that will serve 2-4 people. If you’re keeping it low-key this holiday season, give this one a try. Then next year you can easily scale up all the ingredients to serve the masses! For this recipe I’m using cognac, which is common in other mulled wines. However, if you wanted to change it up, feel free to use whiskey, rum, or even aquavit (if you wanted to be traditional to Scandinavia). This drink is best enjoyed on a cold evening with ginger snap cookies. Cheers!

Intro: 0:00
The Booze: 0:58
The Recipe: 2:27
Sips: 8:17

1 bottle (750 ml) Louis Jadot Beaujolais-Villages (any red wine)
12 oz. (360 ml) Fonseca Bin #27 Ruby Port
6 oz. (180 ml) Maison Rouge V.S.O.P. Cognac
1/2 cup (118 ml) Demerara sugar
1/4 cup (59 ml) raisins
4 whole green cardamom pods
8 whole cloves
2 cinnamon sticks
Rind of half an orange (4 swaths)

Japanese style jigger:
Muslin bags:
Little wine glasses:
Anna’s Swedish cookies:

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