What better to drink for something unusual than the cinnamon and sugar infused concoction that is mulled wine. The spicy drink, glogg (Norwegian) or gluh-wein (German) is traditional at Christmas and even though the only chance of a white Christmas in Brisbane is if we get a hail storm on Christms Day you can still enjoy a glass or jug of Smoking Bishop (a 19th century mulled wine recipe from Mrs Beeton’s Book of Household Management). Today we’re looking for the best mulled wine in Brisbane.
Fancy yourself the next Jamie or Nigella? Then let us know what to put in mulled wine to astound your family and friends. Just cinnamon and sugar, or cinnamon, cloves, chilli, chocolate and citrus? Visiting a bar more your style than visiting the kitchen? Let us know who makes the best mulled wine in Brisbane.
Warning: an excess of mulled wine can lead to speaking like a bad extra in a Shakespeare play. Let us know who makes the best mulled wine in Brisbane!