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Old 12-18-2011, 03:29 AM   #1
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Never tried mulled wine before but i do like regular wine and will drink it warm. Sake isn't too bad in my opinion either. Anyone know any good recipe or what I should shop for if I were to try mulled wine?

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Old 12-18-2011, 07:19 AM   #2
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Here's a recommendation: How to Mull Wine, or, How to Brew Pure Happiness in 3 Hours or Less | Serious Eats

I'll go cheap for mulled wine. Heated sake is usually the cheapest possible stuff as well, Futsu grade (normal, cheap, but drinkable). If you're drinking room temp (ish) or chilled, try a quality wine or quality sake. For heated/mulling wine, I usually go for something that's $3-6 per bottle. Usually Trader Joe's Charles Shaw wines, or some more expensive prespiced (though still decent quality) wine like Leelenau Cellar's Witches Brew. Very rarely, I'll go for something more expensive, but usually when I can't do something cheaper. For example, B.Nektar's Vanilla Cinnamon Mead which is good heated but is about 15 per bottle.
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