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This is a perfect complement to our hot roast chestnuts, steaming hot mulled wine the perfect winter warmer.
Red wine with added spices including nutmeg, cinnamon, star anise, and fruit such as oranges and apples. Slowly heated up to allow the spices to permeate the wine. Then served steaming hot to your guests.
Our Alpine huts are perfect for serving mulled wine from,. Though for smaller events it works equally well from one of our traditional Victorian carts. Offering a perfect reception drink at those chilly evening events.
Mulled wine, known in Germany as Gluhwein and Scandinavia as Glogg. As originally developed it was a way to reuse wine that had spoiled. By warming it up and infusing it with spices, the taste of the sour wine was hidden.
Nowadays it is made using good wine, but with the same mix of spices and fruit. It is regarded as a traditional winter drink.
“This mulled wine is superb, it is far better than ours, how do you make it?”
French chef at the Hippodrome.
Mulled wine can be combined with spiced cider and hot Pimms to give your guests a choice of winter drinks. Our Alpine hut is ideal for dispensing the hot wine from. This can also accommodate a hot roast chestnut oven. Offering a complete winter reception service.
If you are planning an exhibition or corporate sales promotion contact us. We can design and custom build a cart to suit your brand requirements.
Many of our consumables such as the chestnut bags can be custom branded. Helping promote your corporate brand. We can provide a complete service with branded vehicles and staff workwear.
Mulled Wine, Spiced Cider and Hot Pimms carts available for hire. In Scotland, London, The North East, The Midlands Lancashire, Yorkshire and the rest of the U.K. and Europe. Perfect for weddings, parties, corporate events, company fun-days, exhibitions, military balls, college balls and all other events where a warming winter drink is required.
A Few Of Our High Profile Clients.
Our mulled wine is made from a quality ref wine. Steeped in a mixture of spices consisting of nutmeg, cinnamon, star anise, lemon zest, cloves and cranberry.
Its then heated (but not boiled as this destroys the alcohol). With lemon rind and orange added to the mixture before it is decanted and served to your guests.
Fresh hot mulled wine has to be tried to be appreciated. The aroma is just oh so good.
Mulled Wine Fun Facts.
Mulled Wine was invented by the Romans as a way to make poor wine taste better and more aromatic.
It it traditionally drunk between Halloween and Christmas.
Typical spices used in the preparation are Nutmeg, Cinnamon and cloves.
3rd March is National Mulled Wine Day.
In Italy it is called vin brule and in France vin chaud.
In Germany there is a version made with white wine.
In Nordic countries it is generally served with ginger biscuits.
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