Basic Cocktails – Mulled Wine (Glögg and Feuerzangenbowle)

Wine Recipes
Heating wine with spices goes back to the ancient Romans, and today there are countless variations from around the world. Today we’ll make a Scandinavian Glögg and a German Feuerzangenbowle that is, well, lit.

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