1. Mulled Wine
This recipe mixes wine with cider for a friendly drink that’s not too intense; add a little brandy if you’re looking for a stronger kick.
2. Hot Mulled Cranberry Juice
This JUICE is WEARING a SWEATER. Get the recipe.
3. Mulled Beer
Why should wine get all the glory? Get the recipe.
4. Boozy Mulled Cider
What is this “non-boozy” cider you speak of? Get the recipe.
Also, check out these handy tips from Serious Eats for generally excellent cider mulling strategy.
5. “Liquid Gold” Mulled Pineapple Cocktail
Hey! What’s the pineapple doing here in the middle of winter? Mullin’ like nobody’s business, that’s what. Get the recipe.
6. Mulled Wine with Ginger & Scotch
I mean, when you have the option of adding a shot of Scotch… Get the recipe.
7. Mulled Cranberry Apple Cider
Consider this the Arnold Palmer of the colder months. Get the recipe.
8. Mulled White Wine with Pear Brandy
Try this with a Riesling or Grüner Veltliner. Get the recipe.
10. Glogg (Scandinavian Mulled Wine)
Cardamom (plus a healthy reinforcing dose of liquor) is the key to this drink’s Nordic heart. Get the recipe.
11. Mulled Pear & Cranberry Punch
The chilly man’s gin and juice. Get the recipe.
12. Salladhor Saan’s Hot Wine
Perfect for curling up on a cold night with a big, fat Game of Thrones book. Get the recipe.
The ingredients of a Wassail (an traditional, apple-based English drink) are somewhat up for debate — some versions include raw eggs and other odd bits — but this one, with cider and ale, will get the job done. Get the recipe.
14. Mulled Wine Hot Chocolate
Wine and chocolate have been waiting for this moment for so long. Get the recipe.