Also known as gløgg in Norway, glühwein in Germany, vin chaud in France, and Глинтвейн in Russia, this ubiquitous winter warmer enjoys a versatile reputation as both a good way to get rid of cheap wine and a luxurious holiday treat. You might just as well encounter the stuff in a dive bar as at a fancy Christmas party, and the truth is that it’s equally at home in both places. Mulled wine has survived throughout the centuries in cultures worldwide for good reason: there’s still nothing better than a hot, spicy cocktail on a chilly night.
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