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    RECIPE FOR GERMAN GLUBWEIN PLEASE

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    Chef #179424
    Thu Dec 09, 2004 1:13 pm
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    i ve just returned from a holiday in germany and sampled this at a xmas market .I would love to make some for xmas as it is a really festive sort of tipple .Any help would really be appreciated .
    Thanks for looking Steve
    HouseDragon
    Thu Dec 09, 2004 2:00 pm
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    Do a search for Gluehwein and you'll find heatherfeather's recipes. I don't know how to put in a link. Also, Google German Gluehwein recipe and you'll find a bunch more.

    We drink this in Austria but there I "cheated" and bought a box of "Gluehwein Spices" which you dump into heated red wine. Your request reminded me that I need this recipe for Christmas, too! Thanks for the reminder. icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif
    Kirstin in the Couv
    Thu Dec 09, 2004 2:08 pm
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    I used to buy the spice packets, but have now found Gluhwein at my local liquor store already bottled!!!! And it's been running less than $5 per!!
    Chef #179424
    Thu Dec 09, 2004 3:17 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    i had an experiment tomitght ( excuse the typos icon_smile.gif) ) I found that 2 parts red wine 2 parts ammaretto & 1 part quality black rum ,i used lambs navy rum , does seemm very close .
    Merry Xmas one & all
    Molly53
    Thu Dec 09, 2004 3:42 pm
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    Chef #179424 wrote:
    i ve just returned from a holiday in germany and sampled this at a xmas market .I would love to make some for xmas as it is a really festive sort of tipple .Any help would really be appreciated .
    Thanks for looking Steve
    If you like gluhwein, you might try clicking on Glogg...I bet you'd like it.

    You may also appreciate Quentão, Brazilian Mulled Wine.
    HouseDragon
    Thu Dec 09, 2004 6:16 pm
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    Chef #179424 wrote:
    i had an experiment tomitght ( excuse the typos icon_smile.gif) ) I found that 2 parts red wine 2 parts ammaretto & 1 part quality black rum ,i used lambs navy rum , does seemm very close .
    Merry Xmas one & all


    icon_eek.gif I hate to tell you this but your recipe doesn't resemble real Gluehwein in any way except the red wine! icon_biggrin.gif

    However, there is another hot winter drink with rum in it called "xxx" --slipped my mind at the moment and, of course, my German cookbook isn't unpacked so can't look it up. I'll edit this if it comes to me. icon_redface.gif

    DH came through: Jager Tee "Hunter's Tea" icon_biggrin.gif


    Last edited by HouseDragon on Thu Dec 09, 2004 6:21 pm, edited 1 time in total
    HouseDragon
    Thu Dec 09, 2004 6:20 pm
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    Molly53 wrote:
    Chef #179424 wrote:
    i ve just returned from a holiday in germany and sampled this at a xmas market .I would love to make some for xmas as it is a really festive sort of tipple .Any help would really be appreciated .
    Thanks for looking Steve
    If you like gluhwein, you might try clicking on Glogg...I bet you'd like it.

    You may also appreciate Quentão, Brazilian Mulled Wine.


    icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif The first time we had Glogg it included pure grain alcohol: true knock-you-on-your-butt stuff!
    Polar Bear
    Thu Dec 09, 2004 6:25 pm
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    There are several types of Glühwein too - some with Heidelbeeren, Kirsch, etc. Hope you find the one you like...right now, the Weihnachtsmarkt (Christmas Market) downtown, has huge casks of Glühwein icon_smile.gif
    Amberngriffinco
    Thu Dec 09, 2004 6:42 pm
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    Had my first Glogg two yrs ago at the Kindermart in Denver.. now, I love German foods, their sausages and cheeses, but I can't STAND this drink!! It knocks you on your whatsitz so FAST, warms your tummy so FAST though.

    amber
    "Co
    Julesong
    Thu Dec 09, 2004 6:46 pm
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    Anke just posted her recipe recently:

    Gluehwein #105652

    Myself, I simply buy it at the store - it's not expensive and is tasty. icon_smile.gif
    Julesong
    Thu Dec 09, 2004 6:47 pm
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    Kirstin in the 'Couv wrote:
    I used to buy the spice packets, but have now found Gluhwein at my local liquor store already bottled!!!! And it's been running less than $5 per!!


    Pssst! That's where I get it, too. icon_wink.gif
    Anke R
    Thu Dec 09, 2004 6:47 pm
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    Kirstin in the 'Couv wrote:
    I used to buy the spice packets, but have now found Gluhwein at my local liquor store already bottled!!!! And it's been running less than $5 per!!

    Don't ever use that spice packet. That's icky. I actually have been served a mug of Gluehwein once with a teabag like looking thing and a pot of sugar to go with it. They actually dared to charge for that. icon_eek.gif icon_eek.gif That has nothing to do with gluehwein, were the spice have to work their way through in the heating process ( I actually think that reheated leftovers are the best).

    My basic recipe has just been published. vary it to your own taste with amaretto or rhum, as is often done. In a few days ther should be a recipe for Feuerzanegnbowle too, which is another thing some stands on the xmas markets serve.

    Here is a link to Gluehwein[/recipe]
    Anke R
    Thu Dec 09, 2004 6:51 pm
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    Kirstin in the 'Couv wrote:
    I used to buy the spice packets, but have now found Gluhwein at my local liquor store already bottled!!!! And it's been running less than $5 per!!
    You'd pay less, if you just take the cheapest wine ( in gluehwine the quality of the wine doesn't matter, if it's very dry, you just adjust the amount of sugar used. If managed to turn undrinkable reds into really nice Gluehwein)you can get and add the spices. And I'm sure it'll taste better too.
    Molly53
    Thu Dec 09, 2004 6:51 pm
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    HouseDragon wrote:
    Molly53 wrote:
    Chef #179424 wrote:
    i ve just returned from a holiday in germany and sampled this at a xmas market .I would love to make some for xmas as it is a really festive sort of tipple .Any help would really be appreciated .
    Thanks for looking Steve
    If you like gluhwein, you might try clicking on Glogg...I bet you'd like it.

    You may also appreciate Quentão, Brazilian Mulled Wine.


    icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif The first time we had Glogg it included pure grain alcohol: true knock-you-on-your-butt stuff!
    Yah, but I bet you were warm when it knocked you off your feet! icon_twisted.gif
    Anke R
    Thu Dec 09, 2004 6:54 pm
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    Chef #179424 wrote:
    i had an experiment tomitght ( excuse the typos icon_smile.gif) ) I found that 2 parts red wine 2 parts ammaretto & 1 part quality black rum ,i used lambs navy rum , does seemm very close .
    Merry Xmas one & all
    I wouldn't use amaretto and rhum together add either one to the basic. But you definetly forgot the sugar and the spices and you would want to add some orange and/or lemonslices. icon_biggrin.gif
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