❣️❣️❣️ White Gluhwein and family lunches on a cold winter day

Not many know that there are regions in Europe where people enjoy a white Gluhwein. As an example I may mention the Alsace, a border region between France and Germany. At least in Austria and Tirol, white Gluhwein is widely available.

White Gluhwein made from White wine from Alsace

Why is white Gluhwein different?

To clarify, white Gluhwein is a bit milder than the red one. A medium sweet white wine is perfect for that. As always, our tip, don’t use a cheap wine. Otherwise, you may end up with a headache. To prepare white Gluhwein to pour the content of a 750 ml of white wine into a saucepan. Add the Gluhwein Spice mix and a cup of apple or orange juice and heat it up. If you have some available, ad a bit of vanilla pod. Preparation of the white Gluhwein is the same as that of the red one, DON’T let it BOIL!

White Gluhwein

Because white wine is from its nature already fresher and sweeter, white Gluhwein is a variation one can serve with a Sunday lunch on a cold winter’s day. Try it out ……

❣️ Stock YOUR GLUHWEIN SPICES up in these great shops  ❣️

Bulk Orders with discount: 

  • 1 tray with 84 cute Gluhwein spice bottles @ R 1176 – R 14 per bottle – includes 2 free tasters, 2 display boxes, plenty of flyers and promotional material
  • 2 trays with 84 cute Gluhwein spice bottles @ R 2305 (- 2%) – R 13.70 per bottle – includes 4 free tasters, 4 display boxes, plenty of flyers and promotional material
  • 3 trays with 84 cute Gluhwein spice bottles @ R 3420 (- 3%) – R 13.50 per bottle
    – includes 6 free tasters, 6 display boxes, plenty of flyers and promotional material

❣️ A great product for a chilly winter ❣️

Delivery in the Cape Town area is free of charge, we courier all over South Africa, additional fees apply.

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❣️❣️❣️ White Gluhwein and family lunches on a cold winter day
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