In Tudor England, wassail, or hot spiced ale, was shared by singing revelers who roamed from house to house – the first holiday carolers. Aromatic mulled wine and cider made their American debut with colonial setters and have enlivened holiday festivities ever since. Chuck Williams introduced our signature mulling-spice recipe over 50 years ago—and it’s been a customer favorite ever since. We’ve added a new blend prepared with dried fruits and exotic spices, for two ways to create warm and welcoming holiday drinks. Simply simmer the blends with apple cider or red wine to fill your kitchen with the rich, spicy aromas of the season.
Classic Mulling Spice: Our timeless blend of Korintje Grade-A cinnamon, Madagascar cloves and whole allspice berries with tangy bits of American orange peel; 4.5 oz.
Citrus Ginger Mulling Spice: A light, lively medley of winter fruit and bright spices, with sweet orange peel, spicy candied ginger, dried cranberry and pineapple, plus fragrant coriander and cardamom; 4.8 oz.