This one is for all of our cocktologist friends. Or is it mixologist? It's hard to remember. Let's go with bartender. This is traditionally used as a garnish for cocktails. The 6" length proves once and for all that size does matter, at least when talking about sticking a long stick in a pretty drink.
Mulled Wine, a easy Holiday favorite. And it’s guaranteed to make your home smell absolutely amazing, and warm everyone up on a chilly winter night.
So grab a bottle of inexpensive wine (no need to spring for anything fancy) and let’s get to mulling!Author:
Combine ingredients. Add wine, orange slices, cloves, cinnamon sticks, star anise, brandy, and sweetener in large sauce pan.
Cook the mulled wine on medium-high heat . Do not let bubble - you don't want to boil off the alcohol. Reduce to low and cover. You can let the mulled wine simmer between 15mins to 3 hours.
Strain, remove, and discard the orange slices, cloves, cinnamon sticks, and star anise.
Serve warm and garnish with another cinnamon stick and a orange.