Mulled Wine

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  • “My third sample! I should probably start this out by saying that I don't really drink alcohol and thus have no idea what mulled wine is supposed to taste like. But I like the IDEA of mulled wine...” Read full tasting note
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Similar to a wintry wine punch, this fruit blend is a real taste explosion thanks to the very exceptional flavor composition. What makes this blend so special? the traditional flame coned sugar, which slowly melts into delicious caramel.

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My third sample! I should probably start this out by saying that I don’t really drink alcohol and thus have no idea what mulled wine is supposed to taste like. But I like the IDEA of mulled wine and the combination of flavors here sounded good, so I figured it was worth a try.

And… wow! I’ve always said that I’d drink more if booze didn’t taste so much like alcohol (and I’m sure some doesn’t, but I’m in college and here, booze means cheap beer). This blend doesn’t really smell or taste like tea at all, and not just in the obvious sense of it being a tisane — I would assume it was hot juice if I didn’t know any better.

As for how I’d describe the taste: super fruity, tart, and just a tad spicy. It makes me pucker my lips a bit, but I like that. This is a drink with presence. I was a little bit doubtful about how much I’d enjoy this one, but I’m in love and I wish I had more than two or so more cups’ worth so I could spend my entire winter with this. (And yes, this is very much a fall/winter tisane. I can’t imagine drinking it iced or during warm months.)

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