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The combination of grapes, citrus and warming spices make this drink perfect for winter celebrations. This beverage is non-alcoholic and therefore child friendly, and is filled with powerful anti-oxidants to keep the immune system strong during colder weather.



Mulled grape juice, spices, cinnamon,
Delicious Mulled Grape Juice


Ingredients:

2 cups dark grape juice
2 cinnamon sticks
2 star anise
8 cardamom pods
8 cloves
4 slices fresh ginger
1 orange



Mulled Grape Juice, spices, winter drinks,
Mulled Grape Juice ingredients


Method:

In a medium sized saucepan, bring the dark grape juice to a gentle simmer. This quantity serves 2 - 4 people, and is quite concentrated, so you may wish to water it down.



Mulled Grape Juice, spices, winter drinks,
Warming spices


Add the spices - I prefer to use fresh spice ingredients, however, you could also use powdered spices for convenience.



Mulled Grape Juice, spices, winter drinks,
Add the spices to the grape juice


Juice the orange and add this to the simmering mixture.



Mulled grape juice, spices, cinnamon,
Simmer the ingredients


After five minutes simmering, serve the mulled grape juice with or without the spices added. I prefer to leave the spices floating and you can chew on them after you've finished sipping.

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