Citrus and Cider Mulled WineCitrus and Cider Mulled Wine
Citrus and Cider Mulled Wine
Citrus and Cider Mulled Wine
A delicious, easy mulled wine recipe that serves a crowd. It’s festively spiced and loved by all, with apple cider offering warm caramel flavours and citrus slices providing fresh brightness.
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Citrus and Cider Mulled Wine
Prep Time5 Minutes
Servings12
Cook Time15 Minutes
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Ingredients
2-750 mL bottles red wine
1 cup Western Family Apple Cider
½ cup brown sugar
4 Western Family cinnamon sticks
10 cloves
4 star anise
zest of one lemon
1 orange, sliced
Directions
  1. Combine all ingredients in a large pot over medium heat.
  2. Stir to dissolve sugar as mixture warms.
  3. When the wine starts to steam and is very hot to touch (about 10-15 minutes), turn off the heat. Don't let it simmer or boil. Taste and add more sugar if desired (it will depend on the sweetness of the wine - you may like to add a few more tablespoons).
  4. Strain any leftovers and refrigerate, covered.
5 minutes
Prep Time
15 minutes
Cook Time
12
Servings

Shop Ingredients

Makes 12 servings
2-750 mL bottles red wine
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1 cup Western Family Apple Cider
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Western Family - Spiced Apple Cider, 1.89 Litre
$4.49$0.24/100ml
½ cup brown sugar
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Rogers - Dark Brown Sugar, 1kg, 1 Kilogram
$5.19$0.52/100g
4 Western Family cinnamon sticks
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Western Family - Cinnamon - Sticks, 105 Gram
$9.99$9.51/100g
10 cloves
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4 star anise
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zest of one lemon
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Lemons - Large Fresh, Each, 1 Each
$0.99 was $1.09
1 orange, sliced
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Large - Navel Oranges, 400 Gram
$1.75 avg/ea was $1.93 avg/ea$0.44/100g

Directions

  1. Combine all ingredients in a large pot over medium heat.
  2. Stir to dissolve sugar as mixture warms.
  3. When the wine starts to steam and is very hot to touch (about 10-15 minutes), turn off the heat. Don't let it simmer or boil. Taste and add more sugar if desired (it will depend on the sweetness of the wine - you may like to add a few more tablespoons).
  4. Strain any leftovers and refrigerate, covered.