Is there anything better than a warm cup of mulled wine on a winter day? In my opinion there really isn’t. It’s just a perfect mix of sweet and sour and spicy that will warm you up from the inside and make the long dark winter days jollier and happier, and of course, warmer. I used to think there were only two types of mulled wine: red and white, but turns out there’s actually dozens if not hundreds of ways to make mulled wine and they’re all wonderful and delicious in their own way. And in case you’re wondering how to make these many different types of mulled wine, I’ve conveniently compiled the best ones from around the world and around the internet into a list for you. Enjoy!
1. Holiday Spiced Mulled Wine
This amazing mulled wine recipe will not only fill your heart with joy but will also fill your home with a spicy cinnamon aroma.
2. Orange Mulled Wine
This is one of the easiest mulled wine recipes. It basically requires no preparation, you just mix the ingredients together and put it in your slow cooker.
3. Apple and Blackberry Mulled Cider
If you’re more of a cider fan, you definitely have to try this mulled cider. It’s like something in between a mulled wine and a fizzy cider. It’s fruity and delicious.
4. Mulled Wine Two Ways
If you can’t decide if you prefer white or red, try both of these mulled wine recipes. Sometimes, you don’t have to choose, you can have both. Especially around Christmas time.
5. Mulled Wine Tea
Are you usually more of a tea person? Try this mulled wine spiced tea. It’s a game changer. You’ll never want to have just regular tea after this, at least no in the winter time.
6. Mulled White Wine
White mulled wine is a special treat. It’s usually sweeter than the regular red mulled wine, and this one in particular has orange juice and honey in it. So you know it’s going to be good.
7. Slow Cooker White Spiced Wine
If your interest got pequed by the previous recipe – this one will definitely be up your street. It’s a spiced mulled wine that cooks while you’re busy doing something else, but with a little decoration ends up looking like a proper fancy cocktail.
8. Slow Cooker Cranberry Orange Mulled Wine
You know what’s the best thing about making mulled wine in a slow cooker? It doesn’t overheat, it doesn’t reach boiling temperature and it really has a chance to absorb all the flavors from fruits and spices that you add. This one is simply delectable.
9. Hot Mulled Apple Cider Sangria
If there’s one thing you gotta try before this year comes to an end – it’s this hot mulled apple cider sangria. It’s got a perfect blend of apple cider with red wine, apples add a touch of tartness, while clementines and honey add the perfect amount of sweetness to this drink, and it’s finished off with a little splash or rum.
10. Mulled Pear Sangria
This recipe requires a little bit of effort, but it’s so worth it. If you love pears – this recipe will definitely win your heart. Trust me, it’s that good.
11. Brazilian Mulled Wine
This Brazilian version of mulled wine will definitely give you a kick you want with a generous helping of ginger and sugar. It’s just the right mix of sweet and spicy!
12. Nordic Glogg
If you want to try traditional Swedish mulled wine – you have to try this recipe. It’s a feisty one, so it’s perfect for New Year’s Eve. Glogg means glowing ember and it will warm you up on the coldest of nights.