How to Make Mulled Wine

Mulled wine is a warm, rich beverage that’s perfect for chilly winter evenings, and it tastes even better when enjoyed in the company of family or friends. Here are three tasty recipes for mulled wine that you can make right in your own kitchen.

Ina Garten’s Mulled Wine [Food Network]
The Barefoot Contessa’s mulled wine recipe is zesty, spicy and perfectly flavorful. It uses cinnamon, honey and star anise for a lighter flavor than most mulled wines, but it’s still just as tasty. All it takes is 10 minutes to make this delicious seasonal recipe come to life, and a few orange peel garnishes make it feel truly festive.

Bon Appetit’s Mulled Wine [Bon Appetit]
Clove lovers will adore this complex mulled wine created by Bon Appetit magazine, which includes 20 whole cloves and a number of other spices. It can also be made two hours ahead of time to help you prepare for a holiday dinner party without missing a beat.

Williams-Sonoma’s Mulled Wine [Williams-Sonoma]
This recipe helps you to make mulled wine in a more traditional way by steeping cloves and nutmeg in a square of cheesecloth. The result is a dark, flavorful beverage that will warm you up from the inside out.

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