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My kind of drink...who needs something complicated during the chaos of the holidays anyway! This simple mulled wine was a hit with my family and friends. Will definitely make it again!

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Liza at Food.com January 16, 2013

I love this recipe, so easy and absolutely delicious. I used whole spices instead of ground. I'll definitely be making this again and again!

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Cinnamon girl June 18, 2009

This recipe is great! The only thing that I did differently is use orange juice rather than water. And I strained it through a cheese cloth before serving as the spices look quite "sludgy". My company raved about it!

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stewartalicia19 December 26, 2007

We thought this was great, so easy to make and very tasty. Why fuss with adding juice when you don't have to? We bought a cheap bottle of red wine (no need to use the good stuff for mulled wine), used whole cloves and cinnamon sticks and added a few cardamom pods for good measure. Thanks for a simple recipe that really tastes like Christmas.

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Sackville December 22, 2007

I was going to post my recipe but it is so similar to this I didn't bother. Only using water is much easier than using juice I think. I use 1 litre bottle of cheap supermarket plonk, half a liter of water, prick about 10 cloves into an orange, cut the orange in half and put both halves in with the wine. I use a real cinnamon stick as that has a nicer richer flavour. Also, I NEVER boil the wine as that reduces the alcohol content which kind of seems pointless to me.

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dimensionally transcendental November 17, 2007
Easy Mulled Wine