The delicious, sweet and spicy aroma of fruits and spices rises to the nose, and a sip warms the inside almost as much as the cup warms the hands. What would the cold season be without mulled wine! But where does the custom actually come from? And how do you make the ultimate mulled wine? We’ll get to the bottom of these two questions in this article – including fun facts.
The temperatures are dropping, the numerous Christmas markets are opening and the first snow has already fallen. The pre-Christmas season brings with it many delicious and cosy aspects that delight year after year. However, Christmas is also regarded as a great feast of indulgence, when people like to consume generously. However, this can also be done in a more sustainable way!
Most people prepare a Christmas dinner that involves a few more courses than a usual meal would have. More courses mean more cutlery and, usually, different drinks. With so many dishes on the table, it’s easy to lose track of where to put what. But don’t worry, this article knows what to do and guides you through the table clutter in an intelligible way.