Mulled Wine

The dried flower buds of a tropical evergreen tree, cloves impart their deep, almost hot flavor to a variety of holiday dishes, both sweet and savory. Used whole, they're a favorite for studding hams, while the ground spice is used to flavor seasonal cakes and cookies. The name of these little nail-shaped spices comes from the Latin word clavus, for "nail." Here, cloves and nutmeg are combined in a square of cheesecloth or tea ball for steeping in the wine mixture.
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jrhenwood
,Hong Kong
November 27, 2012
Ability level:Intermediate
Cooks for:3 to 5 people
Cooks:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Super yummy, quick & easy
November 27, 2012
This mulled wine was very easy to make and prep time was fast. The end product was delicious, my friends and I enjoyed it!
Pros: Quick, Easy