Lazy Winter Mulled Wine

Lazy Winter Mulled Wine created by FootPirate

I originally made this on one of the first really cold nights of winter; I wanted something warm and that would make my house smell like the holidays, so I improvised this out of things I had at home.

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  • In a medium size pot, combine all ingredients (you can use a few lemon slices and pineapple chunks or rings if you wish).
  • Place over medium heat and bring to a simmer.
  • Reduce heat to low for about 30-40 minutes.
  • Strain out fruit, cloves, and cinnamon.
  • Enjoy!
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"I originally made this on one of the first really cold nights of winter; I wanted something warm and that would make my house smell like the holidays, so I improvised this out of things I had at home."
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  1. FootPirate
    Lazy Winter Mulled Wine Created by FootPirate
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  2. Miss Jackson
    Delicious! I actually used SImply Orange juice w/pineapple, and 3 RW Knutson mulling spice bags, instead of cloves. Also, used almost 2x the sugar, probably because there was no straight pineapple juice. Don't bother buying expensive red wine, buy a strong red under $10. We used Barefoot Zin. I put all the ingredients in crock pot set on high until the wine was nice and hot, and then put it on low. Smells great, too! I've made 3 batches since 12/21!
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  3. Odenata
    I originally made this on one of the first really cold nights of winter; I wanted something warm and that would make my house smell like the holidays, so I improvised this out of things I had at home.
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