National Mulled Wine Day
National Mulled Wine Day:
National Mulled Wine Day is celebrated every year on the 3rd of March. It is celebrated to praise this amazing drink that is warming for the body and is enjoyed by all.
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Why National Mulled Wine Day?
Mulled wine is a drink that is loved by a lot of people. The drink consists of wine and other liquors that are heated to produce mulled wine. Various aromatic and flavourful spices are added to the heated wine or liquor to make this spicy beverage. The spices that are commonly added are cinnamon, vanilla, nutmeg, cloves, star anise, and so on. The color of this delicious drink is dark reddish-brown. Sometimes even fruits like raisins and pears are added to mulled wine to make it more flavourful. The drink can be an amazing beverage for winters as it makes the body warm and wards off the cold. It can be both alcoholic and non-alcoholic. It can help maintain your body temperature in extremely cold weather.
The history of mulled wine dates back to the First and Second Century. It was popularly made in Rome and was used as a medicine to deal with the cold. In early times, mulled wine was mostly used as a tonic or medicine to cure illnesses. Today, mulled wine has traveled across countries and is enjoyed by people all around the world. In some places, mulled wine is given a native twist in the ingredients or cooking style to make it unique to the country. Countries like Germany and Canada have made their own specialized version of mulled wine that is also quite popular in those countries.
Even today, mulled wine is said to have a lot of health benefits. It can help slow down aging and help the heart. It has some amazing anti-inflammatory properties and can help ease the pain. It can also help ease Arthritic pain.
The non-alcoholic variety of mulled wine can be consumed by children and is made without alcohol. It helps children stay warm in winters and cure cough and cold naturally. Muller Wine, therefore, can be very useful to people and hence need to be celebrated as a useful beverage.
How Can We Observe National Mulled Wine Day?
You can observe National Mulled Wine Day in various ways. Here are some tips to help you:-
- You can make some delicious mulled wine at home. Various easy recipes to make mulled wine can be available online.
- You can have a party or get together with friends and family where you can all enjoy mulled wine together.
- You can make or buy some mulled wine and distribute it among neighbors, relatives, colleagues, and friends.
- You can make mulled wine and preserve it to consume later.
- You can even experiment with flavors and techniques to create your very own special blend or a variety of mulled wine.
- You can make some lesser-known desserts made with mulled wine like mulled wine cheesecake, mulled wine pudding, and so on.
Interesting Facts On National Mulled Wine Day:
Here are some interesting facts about Mulled Wine and Mulled Wine day that you may not know before:-
- In Germany, mulled wine is made with fruit wines like cherry and blueberry instead of the traditional grape wine.
- Glühwein is the oldest form of mulled wine in the world.
- Glogg, Vin Chaud, and Candela are some other names for Mulled wine in foreign languages. It is also called Viking Glogg in Scandinavia.
- In Canada, Mulled wine is often mixed with maple syrup, which is a popular ingredient in Canadian cuisine.
- When rum, which is another alcoholic beverage, is added to mulled wine, it is called Schuss.
- The spices that are added to Mulled wine are not just used to add flavor. It also helps in keeping the mulled wine preserved for a long time.
- Mulled wine is a popular drink that is served around Christmas
- Non-alcoholic mulled wine has been a recent trend and is made with fruit juices instead of wine.
- You can share information about the day and express your delight on social media by using hashtags like #nationalmulledwineday or #mulledwineday.
History Of National Mulled Wine Day:
The founder of National Mulled Wine day is unknown. However, the founder of mulled wine is said to be Romans around the 2nd-century timeline