By Rita~ on November 13, 2003
Photo by Rita~
Photo by Rita~
"Lots of spice and good cheer to warm you and your guest during the cold winter holidays! Hibiscus flowers can be omitted or hibiscus tea bag can be used. Serve right from the crock pot so it stay warm can be diluted with a little warmed water or cranberry juice. Garnish with fresh Cranberries."
Serving Size: 1 (1691 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Perfect mulled wine. I think rum is a must though, rather than the other options."
"Rita, I have never had mulled wine before, so I was very excited to try your recipe. I thought that it would be a disappointment because I had built it up in my head so much, but alas it was FABULOUS. I made as you directed, used a rosehip teabag because I didn't have any dried hibiscus leaves. The only thing I left out was the garnish. "
"So delicious and warming. Perfect addition to a cold January evening. I skipped the cardamom (I didn't have any) and used Cointreau in place of rum/brandy since that's what I had in the house. I also threw a bag of fresh cranberries in the Crock Pot with the rest of the ingredients. The result was very similar to the one I used to drink in Poland during holidays. Yum! Thank you Rita."
"Thanks for this recipe Rita. I printed and made the perfect spiced wine with your recipe back in Christmas 2007 when this site was still recipezaar.com"
"I made this last year for a holiday party, and while starting to plan this year's, I realized I hadn't rated it. It was fun to make and smelled and tasted great. My crockpot was drained! I used port, which I will do again this year."
"This was fantastic. I added a pomegranate cut in half...everyone loved it!"
"This mulled wine was beautiful looking and smelled divine! Unfortunately I found it expensive and the flavor was overpowering. It is hearty and for the mulled wine enthusiast."