Glühwein Recipe: How to Make Your New Favorite Kind of Mulled Wine

center_img Glühwein is the bomb.If you’re not familiar, it’s a type of mulled wine that’s popular in Germany and other parts of Europe. Glühwein is typically made in huge batches and served by the flagon at German Christmas markets, and, frankly, we’re baffled as to why it’s not more popular in the States. If you’ve never tried it before, you’re missing out — specially as we enter the coldest, finger-freezing months of winter.The thing is, there’s not really a hard-set recipe for how to make glühwein. It’s one of those open-ended things that everyone has their own unique take on. That’s not to say you should just jump in and start making it blindly, however. You can definitely botch it and make an undrinkable brew if you’re not careful.To help guide you on this boozy mission, we’ve outlined a set of open-ended directions that you can tweak and adjust to your liking.Ingredients How to Make Loco Moco, a Hawaiian Staple Dish The Best American Liqueurlast_img

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