Mulled Wine Recipes

The word "mulled" simply means heated and spiced. Many liquids can be mulled - mead, cider, and of course wine. Mulled wine is a traditional favorite in cooler locations, and goes well with the various celebrations that come around the end of the year.

Mulled wines have a long history. In medieval times mulled wines were called Ypocras or Hipocris, named after the physician Hippocrates. They were thought to be very healthy, and indeed, with wine at the time being far more sanitary than water, these heated drinks did keep people healthy through the cold winters. References to mulled wine can be found throughout medieval and renaissance days, especially for Christmas and winter-time celebrations.

Celebrate any cool day with a warm dose of mulled wine!

Featured Mulled Wines

Brown Sugar Mulled Wine
Cardamon Mulled Wine
Clarence's Mulled Wine from It's a Wonderful Life
Clove and Nutmeg Mulled Wine
Lemon Orange Mulled Wine
Mulled Wine With Brandy
Mulled Wine with Cinnamon & Cognac
Orange Anise Mulled Wine
Riesling Rosemary Mulled Wine

Historic Mulled Wines

A History of Mulled Wine
Mulled Wine from 1660 England
Mulled Wine from 1851 Colonial America
Negus - Victorian Mulled Wine for the Kids
Martha Washington's Rum Punch


A History of Eggnog
Cooked-egg Eggnog
Eggnog with Baileys
Eggnog with Amontillado Sherry
George Washington's Eggnog
Hot Milk Posset - to help kids sleep
"Tom and Jerry" 1820s Eggnog



A History of Glogg
Flaming Glogg
Glogg with Cardamom and Raisins
Glogg with Madeira
Glogg with Vodka
Historic 1847 Glogg

Hot Cider

A History of Cider
Hot Spiced Apple Champagne Punch
Hot Ginger Apple Cider
Apple Cider Cranberry Punch

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