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Mulled Wine Recipe with Spiced Tea

Mulled Wine Recipe with Spiced Tea

Get into the holiday spirit with this delicious, easy mulled wine recipe!

A hearty, amazing aroma permeates your home… The pot of mulled wine with spiced tea is on the stove. You slowly stir the rich, red concoction, a beautiful star anise dances around your spoon. A good, dry red wine and a spiced tea make a celebratory combination to warm yourself and your guests.

Up your fall game with spiced tea mulled wine on your menu!

From glögg to glühwein, mulled wine has been a favorite for centuries. This boozy beverage, with cinnamon and other festive spices, is popular around the world. Use one of our spiced teas to add depth and dimension. Top each cup with raisins and almonds and serve your mulled wine in a cup with a small spoon to make it similar to traditional Swedish glögg. Glühwein is traditionally served to keep visitors warm as they stroll through German holiday markets. Start your own tradition.

The essence of fall and early winter… festive and aromatic. Transform a bottle of dry, red wine into a spicy, fall favorite. If you’re looking for the perfect warmup for this time of year, try our delicious mulled wine with spiced tea recipe:

Mulled Wine Recipe with Spiced Tea

1 bottle of hearty, dry red wine (such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot or Cab Franc)
5 teaspoons Winter Solstice Herbal Tea
2 cups water
1/3 cup honey
1/2 cup orange juice
1/2 orange sliced
1/2 apple sliced

1 tsp vanilla
4 cinnamon sticks

Optional: Star anise and slightly twisted orange peels for decoration

Steep tea for five minutes. Pour the bottle of wine into a large pot and combine tea, honey, orange juice, fruit slices and vanilla. Lightly simmer for 10-15 minutes. Serve immediately and garnish with a cinnamon stick and fruit.

Want to take it up a notch? Add ½ cup port or brandy. If you’d like a black tea version, substitute Winter Solstice for Cinnamon Roll Black Tea or Tiger Chai Black Tea.

Cheers!

Mulled Wine Recipe with Spices

Spiced Teas for Mulled Wine

Orange Spice Tulsi Herbal Tea

It just takes a whiff… Flavorful and spicy, herbaceous tulsi balances warming spices and bright citrus.  Red peppercorns lend an unexpected surprise to this delightful blend. Chamomile blossoms, lavender, rose petals and a well-rounded floral element.

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Cinnamon Apple Rooibos
Cinnamon Apple Rooibos

As you sip this tea, you may immediately think of spiced cider or apple pie. Juicy apple and naturally sweet cinnamon meld effortlessly to create a warming brew. Rooibos provides a gentle nutty finish.

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Winter Solstice Herbal Tea

Winter Solstice Herbal Tea

Sweet fruity notes, spice and a hint of creamy almond create an enticing blend, reminiscent of spiced coffee cake. Winter Solstice is light, bright and flavorful; packed with fruit, hibiscus, almond, blackberry leaves, blossoms and even carrot, this blend is surprisingly both tangy and creamy.

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Cinnamon Roll Black Tea

Cinnamon Roll Black Tea

Cinnamon brings this traditional black tea to robust new heights. Aromatic cinnamon and the honeyed flavors of Ceylon tea combine with bread-and-butter creaminess and a rich depth of flavor is achieved. It’s your cinnamon roll in a cup.

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Tiger Chai Black Tea

Tiger Chai Black Tea

From aroma to aftertaste, this tea is tantalizingly spicy and sweet. It’s boldly tannic and rich. The aromas of sweet cardamom, flavors of strong CTC black tea and aftertastes of cinnamon and fennel are a few highlights which set this uniquely daring chai blend apart from the rest.

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