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Mulled Honey Glögg

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Glögg. The name alone makes you feel cozy. From start to finish, this Nordic drink is a delight. It is fun to make, aromatic and nutty and the warm cuppa is simply delicious. Our version breaks the traditional mold with white wine and honey for a lighter beverage, but it still contains all the spices, nuts and fruit that signal Glögg is in the house! After a quick simmer of lightly toasted slivered almonds and Mulling Spice in crisp white wine, the Glögg is tiered with flavors from elderflower liqueur, brandy and cranberries, turning the floral golden liquid into a beautiful blush pink. We recommend making ahead so that the it can sit overnight, as the flavors will meld together and become one. It’s another perfect batch cocktail for the season, and once it’s strained, serve warm and garnish with apples, pears, star anise or a cinnamon stick. Each cup will bring a smile and taste of warm cheer.

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