In France, mulled wine is called Vin Chaud. There are many ways to make a mulled wine The French version adds a certain “ooh la la” to regular mulled wine. Maybe it’s the cognac?Next time you want something warm and winealicious this is a good go to recipe. Have it with brie and a baguette, a batch of pomme frites, or kick ass kettle corn. This wine is also great when you are entertaining during the cold months.
In a cooking pot add all spices and honey then let it simmer. Do not allow to boil. Turn off the stove and let the wine simmer 10-15 minutes. Reheat and, just before serving, add the cognac. Strain wine into mugs, removing spices. Garnish with a strip of orange zest.
kitchen magick tip: Keep this concoction warm by putting it in a crockpot.
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