When it gets really cold outside, mulled wine is just the right choice to warm up again. The appetizing color, the scent of different spices and, of course, the wine, which gradually brings us this charming color in the face. A delicious change are our recipes for white mulled wine.
Whether after a walk in the clear winter air or at the Christmas market: mulled wine belongs to the pre-Christmas season simply. In addition to the classic, red mulled wine, there are delicious variants - such as the white mulled wine.The basis for the hot drink is white wine or in the alcohol-free version also white grape juice. Suitable wines are fruity, young and fine wines, for example, Silvaner, Riesling or Chardonnay.$config[ads_text] not found
Make white mulled wine yourself
The advantage of homemade mulled wine:You determine what comes in ingredients! While finished mulled wines often taste very sugared, you can let your imagination run wild when choosing the ingredients and vary the spices to your personal taste. Important for a delicious mulled wine is a good balance between fruitiness and sweetness. Suitable spices are classic mulled wine spices such as orange peel, cinnamon sticks, cloves, star anise, but also ginger, cardamom or vanilla can give the white mulled wine a special touch.
A great souvenir is this spice mixture from our instructions - an all-inclusive package for all Glühwein fans!
Mulled wine recipes for white mulled wine
Important in the preparation of mulled wine: For the development of the spices, it is important to gently heat the ingredients and leave to drain. Be sure to adjust to the temperature. If the wine is heated too much, the alcohol content dissolves into pleasure and the aroma changes. But there are also mulled wine recipes, in which the wine-spice mixture is cooked into a kind of syrup. For the famous mulled wine with shot is particularly suitable for rum. For a non-alcoholic mulled wine, it is best to take a fine grape juice, apple juices fit well.
White mulled wine with ginger and lemon
- 500 ml of white wine
- 300 ml of clear apple juice
- 75 g white candy
- grated peel of an organic lemon
- 3-4 slices of ginger
- 50 ml orange liqueur
Preparation: Heat white wine and apple juice together with the lemon zest, the sliced ginger and the candy and let it simmer for 10-15 minutes (do not cook!). Then fish the ginger out, add the liqueur and serve the mulled wine.
White mulled wine classic
- 750 ml of dry white wine
- Orange peel, organic / untreated
- 100 g of sugar
- 3 cloves
- 1 cinnamon stick
- 2 star anise
- 100 ml white rum
- 4 orange slices
Preparation: Carefully heat the wine with the spices, the orange peel and the sugar in a saucepan and simmer for 10-15 minutes. Then remove the spices and peel, add the rum and serve the mulled wine, each with a slice of orange in glass cups.
White mulled wine with rosemary and orange
- 800 ml of white wine
- 2 oranges, organic / untreated
- 4 sprigs of rosemary
- 100-150 g of sugar
Preparation: Use the peeler or zestzer to remove some zest from the orange, squeeze out the juice. Heat the orange juice with the wine, rosemary and sugar. Then let it rest for 10 minutes, then remove the coarse ingredients and serve hot. Serve with orange liqueur.
White mulled wine with elderberry and basil
- 300 ml white wine
- 80 ml elderflower syrup
- 200 ml of water
- 15 g of ginger
- 1-2 slices of lemon
- 6 stems of basil
Preparation: Heat all ingredients together in a saucepan and let stand for approx. 10 minutes, remove the coarse spices and serve the mulled wine hot.
Of course, we also have delicious recipe for classic, red mulled wine ready for you. Let yourself be inspired!
Mulled wine, punch or glögg - the differences
The legislature has regulated it: In the classic mulled wine, at least seven percent of alcohol, red wine and the typical spices such as cinnamon or orange peel. On the other hand, punch can consist of fruit juice, tea, wine or schnapps in a wide range of mixing ratios. Incidentally, the original punch originates from India and consisted of arrak, a brandy that was drunk hot or cold along with water, lemon, sugar and other spices and on which Friedrich Schiller wrote a Punschlied. Glögg, on the other hand, is the Scandinavian version of mulled wine, usually served with almonds and raisins in a glass.
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