We can think of a thousand reasons to drink mulled wine this holiday season. It's comforting, warming, delicious and contains just enough spice to get us into the holiday spirit. By now, you probably have a favorite mulled wine recipeyou dust off every winter. But how about kicking things up this year with new recipes?
You'll love the illustrated mulled wine recipes pictured below. They were gathered by the folks at VinePair and offer a colorful breakdown of how Jamie Oliver, Ina Garten and Martha Stewart make mulled wine. While there are some similarities in ingredients - think oranges and cinnamon - each famous cook adds a unique spin to this holiday favorite.
Oliver favors the addition of bay leaves and vanilla while Garten prefers a splash of honey and apple cider. On the other hand, Stewart goes all out by adding a touch of brandy to hers. Take a look below and choose your favorite mulled wine recipe. Cheers!
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