3 Simple Ways To Make Lip-Smacking Mulled Wine This Season!

3 Simple Ways To Make Lip-Smacking Mulled Wine This Season!

They say during the holiday season all you need is love! We say, mulled wine has a better effect! Can you imagine a happier way to get through the end of another year? Because we’ve been straining our minds and we definitely can’t! Forget about the tipsy high that comes along with that warm sip of heaven, it’s even known to have great health benefits. To start with, it’s warm like a fluffy blanket. And also happens to have anti-inflammatory powers with the combination of cinnamon and red wine so say goodbye to all those stomach issues while you munch on the holiday season goodies. The best part is if you happen to be struggling with those winter period cramps, mulled wine is going to be the yummiest painkiller you could ask for!

So if you don’t feel like getting your coat on for a nice warm glass of mulled wine, we’ve got three easy recipes for you to try at home!

1. Jamie Oliver’s Mulled Wine

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The British celebrity chef is known for his great food and even better looks. Here is a quick sneak-peek into his mulled wine recipe.


2 clementines

1 lemon

1 lime

200 g caster sugar

6 whole cloves

1 cinnamon stick

3 fresh bay leaves

1 whole nutme , for grating

1 vanilla pod

2 star anise

2 bottles Chianti or other Italian red wine


Take the sugar and put in a pan over medium heat and add peels of the clementines, lemon and lime to it. Add to it 10 to 12 gratings of nutmeg, cloves, bay leaves, cinnamon stick and half of the vanilla pod. Add enough red wine to cover the sugar and let it simmer until the sugar has completely dissolved. Once that’s done, bring the mixture to boil and let it boil for 4 to 5 minutes. Wait till the wine turns into a syrup. Now, add the star anise and the rest of the wine and let it gently heat for another 5 minutes. And there you have it, your mulled wine!

2. Mulled Wine Sangria

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Just because it’s not summers anymore doesn’t mean the sangria season is over. Give your mulled wine a nice twist with this sangria recipe.


1 bottle red wine

1 c. cranberry juice

1 c. fresh or frozen cranberries

½ c. orange-flavoured liqueur

½ c. packed light-brown sugar

2 cinnamon sticks

1 strip orange peel

2 green apples


Take a large pan and add wine, cranberries, cranberry juice, orange liqueur, cinnamon sticks, brown sugar and orange peel to it. Let it simmer until the sugar dissolves. Set it aside for 15 minutes. Stir the cut apples to the cooled down wine, refrigerate and serve chilled! Time to make your Christmad and New Year happening!

3. Mulled White Wine

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Just in case you’re not a red wine person, we’ve found the perfect recipe for you by Gimme Some Oven. Whatever your need, we’ve got the fix!


2 bottles of dry white wine

2 oranges, sliced into rounds

½ cup brandy

½ cup honey or sugar

16 whole cloves

4 cinnamon sticks

4 star anise


Simply put all the ingredients in a pan and let them all simmer over medium heat. You can allow the wine to rest on medium-low heat for anytime between 15 minutes to 3 hours. Strain the wine, garnish and serve.

Go ahead and get that happy holiday high!