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How do you make yours?

Mulling syrup.
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Pre-packed bag of spices.
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Proper cinnamon sticks, cloves and what-not.
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None of the above - can't stand the stuff.
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36%
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By AerBabe
#1231755
Ho ho ho... it's nearly Christmas and that means one of my favourite winter tipples. Mulled wine!

The recipe I usually use is a bottle of cheapish red plonk, around 50 g granulated sugar, a glass of OJ with bits, slices of orange and a bag of spices. Sometimes I go a little crazy and add a splash of brandy too. :drunken:
By pchappo
#1231947
your forgetting the £3.99 per bottle of mulled wine from Tesco's :)
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By Keef
#1231977
It's a way to use up that cheap plonk that wasn't as good when you got it home :)
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By AerBabe
#1231985
pchappo wrote:your forgetting the £3.99 per bottle of mulled wine from Tesco's :)


Darn!
Is it any good?
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By AerBabe
#1231986
Keef wrote:It's a way to use up that cheap plonk that wasn't as good when you got it home :)


Yup. Any old crud tastes good, mulled.
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By Merlin83b
#1232477
I've had a couple of mugs from the markets in town but I need to break out the family mulling recipe. Just need an excuse to have people round, as I don't fancy dividing the quantities :)
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By AerBabe
#1232609
Drink the whole lot yourself. That's what I usually do. :oops: