Caroling Wine

Bea Gassman 42

"This is an excellent wintertime drink whether you're caroling, snow-mobiling, or doing whatever you enjoy in the cold winter months."
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30 m servings
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Original recipe yields 8 servings


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  1. In a large non-aluminum saucepan, combine water, brown sugar, pineapple juice, and orange juice. Season with cloves, allspice, 2 cinnamon sticks and salt. Cut the rind of 2 oranges into strips and stir into the mixture. Bring to a boil, reduce heat and let simmer for 15 minutes.
  2. Pour in the wine. Heat to just boiling and remove from heat. Serve hot with a cinnamon stick for garnish.



The first time I made this I didn't follow directions, and I liked it better than the time I did. Instead of waiting to add the wine, I just threw the wine in together w/ the rest of the ingredi...

This is pretty good - we threw in some brandy too, and reduced the sugar - it was a little sweet. Also, one bottle of wine isn't 4 cups! 750 ml = 3 1/2 c. Not a big deal unless you are tripli...

This recipe is excellent for a cold winter night and a gathering of good friends!! I tried it out on a group of women that get together once a month and it was the official drink for the next m...

Like this--I just reduce the sugar to 1/4 cup because otherwise it just seems to sweet to me, with all the other fruit juices. One trick I learned from Food Network is to put the cloves in the ...

Absolutely great

delicious and always a hit - the juices make it not quite so potent. Simmers all day and makes the house smell wonderful

Was a big hit over the weekend with friends and family.

I took this to a Christmas party last night where it was a big hit and didn't last long. I sliced the oranges after peeling them and added them to the Crock-pot which I used for keeping it warm...

I made this for Halloween and called it my "Witches Brew." We loved it...great for our chilly Michigan evenings!