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Danish gløg recipe

Danish gløg recipe

Gløgg: A sweet and spicy seasonal love affair

Drinking wine is normally a sophisticated process, where you can swirl it around before you carefully take the first sip.You could also just chuck it in a pot, throw in spices, sugar and alcohol and bring it to a boil. That is what we do in Denmark - around Christmas anyway. Gløgg is perfect Hygge in the camp during the cold season.

In Denmark, gløgg pairings typically include æbleskiver sprinkled with powdered sugar and accompanied by strawberry marmalade.

200 ml Orangejuice (Best if freshly squeezed)

½ Orange zest

200 ml Water

275 g Sugar

5 Whole cloves

2 Cinnamon sticks

3 All spice

1 Bottle of redwine

100 g Raisins

50 g Slipped Almonds

Add sugar, orange juice, orange zest, water and spices to a saucepan.

Simmer for half an hour.

Pour in redwine and heat up your gløgg.

Add raisins and almonds.

You’re now ready to serve a cup of hot and tasty gløgg.

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