(5 customer reviews)

The Holly King’s Mulled Wine Spice Blend


As Winter Arrives the Holly King brings his Wisdom and Caring Spirit we bring you our Hand Made Magical Mulled Wine Spice Blend.

Sloe Berries, Cassia Bark, Lemon Peel, Orange Peel, Nutmeg, Clove Buds and our Special Allspice! All blended and Blessed by Emerald & Willow.

Perfect for your winter party or just to enjoy at home on a cold night.

Adding 1-2 tablespoons of our Mulled Wine Spice Blend, will transform a bottle of red wine into a delicious warming drink; add a little demerara sugar to the wine a long with fresh slices of Orange and warm gently. If wine isn’t your thing, simply swap wine for red grape juice or pomegranate and cranberry juice. Alternatively, you can add the spice blend to cider or apple juice to make mulled cider instead, but why stop there? Grind down this spice blend and add to cranberry sauce and chutney or sprinkle into stuffing and cakes. You can even stir the ground down spice into a mixture of sugar and dust over your mince pies.

Magical & Health Benefits

Sloe Berries – The Magical Berry of the Blackthorn Tree.  At winter when all is harvested and sacrificed, leads us into the journey of darkness and rebirth of the light. It’s Plummy flavour will make it the star of our blend.

Cassia – One of the most, if not the most Ancient of Spices. Magically it increases personal and spiritual power along with it’s widely known healing benefits.

Lemon – Lemons are most often used as a cleansing herb. These attributes link to its use as an energetic cleanser and a love herb.  On one hand, it’s often used to attract. On the other, its sour nature also makes it suitable for banishing and repelling.

Orange – Orange peels are associated with the sun, joy and inspiration. For that reason they can help strengthen friendship bonds and relationships. Share with  your friends and loved ones to express the sentiment of blessings, joy, and friendship.

Nutmeg – Share a beverage that contains nutmeg with the one you love, and that will help in having those feelings returned. Nutmeg is a perfect holiday spice in that it can help lessen tensions and conflict that can arise during the winter months due to lack of sunlight.

Clove Buds – These spicy buds are potent magical catalysts. Like many hot herbs, they provide a punch of power and speed. However, unlike some other hot herbs, cloves aren’t usually used for banishing or baneful magic. Magically, these buds attract luck, prosperity, love, and friendship. Infuse them in wine or cider, and they make an aphrodisiac.

We have a limited batch available so order soon to avoid disappointment.

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5 reviews for The Holly King’s Mulled Wine Spice Blend

  1. Sandra (verified owner)

    I no longer drink alcohol so I bought this to make mulled juices in place of mulled wine. It smells DIVINE! A real yuletide scent that evokes the season of yesteryear, I could honestly walk around with my nose in the pouch just inhaling this wonderful aroma all winter!
    I first tried it with pomegranate juice and it was ok but I think something in the warming changes the taste of the juice giving it a somewhat metallic tinge and the spices were masked by this. I found the same with red grape. I also found grape to be too sweet for my liking and this really covered the delicious spice taste and aroma. But cranberry juice…RING OUT SOLSTICE BELLS!!!! Cranberry for the win!!! A perfect match for this delicious fragrant blend. It’s just sharp enough to have that mulled wine dryness and light enough to allow the spices to mingle around in the mouth. I added a garnish of star anise and a cinnamon stick and enjoyed a beautifully festive hot drink as I decked the halls with boughs of holly!! Happy holidays!

  2. Ruah

    This tea is everything I want for your Yule time comfort in the cold. I love the flavours it would be amazing iced too! Mixed mine with cranberry juice it is just wonderful. Cant wait to gift it to my friends as a lovely stocking filler.

  3. Carol Hamilton

    I love this , the taste is soothing with the spice settling in afterwards. I drank the whole lot myself. I put the leftovers in a jar with sliced orange and drank it cold the next day and it was just as nice.

  4. Susan Cain

    Disappointed is sold out! I imagine it is considered seasonal. Any chance you’ll be restocking it?

  5. Becca Carver

    A cold frosty winter day. A long walk with the dog and cat across the fields. What could be more perfect than a mug of non alcoholic wine heated in the slow cooker with The Holly King’s Spice Blend on our return! This could become a Sunday ritual!

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