Mulled wine alternative: Enjoy Lillet hot in winter: This is how you conjure up a fruity hot berry

The French wine aperitif comes from Bordeaux and is made from light grape varieties: it tastes of oranges candied in honey, spruce resin and exotic fruits.

Mulled wine alternative: Enjoy Lillet hot in winter: This is how you conjure up a fruity hot berry

The French wine aperitif comes from Bordeaux and is made from light grape varieties: it tastes of oranges candied in honey, spruce resin and exotic fruits. For this reason, Lillet can also be served hot as a winter alternative to mulled wine. All you need are the right ingredients. You will find out what these are and how you can prepare a fruity Lillet Hot Berry from them in the next paragraph.

For a classic Lillet Hot Berry, use the white version (Semillon and Sauvignon), called Blanc for short. You need 200 milliliters of this. Alternatively, you can also use Lillet Rosé or Rouge if you prefer one of the two varieties - or if you already have it in stock.

You also need the following ingredients:

Tip: To give the hot drink a little more spice, you can add a few cloves, cinnamon sticks and star anise.

And this is how you prepare the trendy drink:

And one final tip: You can also turn the Hot Berry into a non-alcoholic drink by simply omitting the French wine liqueur and using children's punch instead.

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