Mulling Spice Decaf Loose Leaf Tea | Stash Tea

Mulling Spice

$5.95

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  • Product Description

      This seasonal item is currently on vacation and unavailable for purchase. Not to worry! It’ll be back next fall.

      Our Mulling Spice was created specially for the holidays!

      Transform apple cider or red wine into a deliciously spicy treat with our aromatic, all-natural Mulling Spice. The aroma of clove, allspice, and cinnamon will fill your home with warmth and winter cheer. Makes a great hostess gift or special treat for the holiday season.

      Size
      125 grams

      Ingredients
      Orange peel, cinnamon, allspice, clove, rosehips, clove bud oil, orange oil, star anise, natural cinnamon flavor

      Steeping Instructions
      Use 4 heaping teaspoons Mulling Spice for every gallon of apple cider or red wine. Simmer in a crockpot or on the stove top, using a lid, for at least an hour. Strain the spices and serve. Add apple slices to the pot for a sweeter flavor.

      Caffeinated
      No

  • Product Details

    • Variant: 125 g loose
    • SKU: 193590

Customer Reviews

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J
J.J.
Great aroma!

I can put a TBSP in my stock pot and simmer on stove for days...just adding water as needed...also increases humidity in my dry winter home.

C
C.K.
Love this blend!!!

Perfect mulling spice blend for cider.

N
N.T.
Delightful Mulling Spice

I am so happy to give this review. I love this product, Stash Mulling Spice, its just the best blend of spices for Mulled Wine. I have in the past purchased other brands and have made my own, but yours is by far the best blend I have ever had. I order this Mulling Spice early so I know I will have it on hand during the Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays. I also make a nice Mulled Wine in my crock pot, its a hit at a Halloween party. I give Stash Mulling Spice along with a bottle of red wine or a nice organic apple juice to friends as gifts during the holidays. It makes a lovely hostess gift. Everyone has loved it. I think I better put in another order! I always have that little red can on my kitchen shelf...just in case I feel like having a nice cup of hot mulled wine.
Thanks for such a delightful product.
Nancy T.
Maui, Hi

G
G.H.
Mulling Spice Gift

Because I have learned to trust "Stash" to satisfy my high standards for quality tea and related products, I felt comfortable enough to purchase their Mulling Spices as a holiday gift for a good friend, even though I haven't actually tasted it myself.
I expect that my friend will be overjoyed by the Mulling Spices. I am pleased to give the "Stash" Mulling Spices to her, because I expect them to create luscious mulled Apple cider that she adores in cold weather.

N
N.G.&.A.
Best Mulling Spices Ever!

I love apple cider, especially mulled cider. I searched for the perfect mulling spice for years before I found this one. It's perfect! It has the right balance of clove, cinnamon, and other spices. I also love that its has a hint of orange flavour to it as well. I add a small amount of nutmeg to mine to give it a little something extra.

C
C.i.m.m.n.&.
Best Mulling Spice I've Found

This is a great blend to make awesome mulled cider with, and I would serve it every week for lifegroup. I plan on buying even more this season.

From my personal trial and error here is my best recipe for mulled apple juice.

You will need:
2 cans of frozen concentrated apple juice
2 teaspoons of mulling spice
Stash filter bag (to avoid straining each cup)
Very large pot (one that holds more than 48oz)

Add both cans of apple juice to the large pot and dilute with only the amount of water stated on one can (for a total of 48oz). This will make the apple juice twice as concentrated as normal.

Add 2 almost level teaspoons of the mulling spice. I recommend putting it in a filter bag or have a cup sized strainer handy.

Warm on the stove over medium-low or low heat to desired temperature. Serve out of the pot with a small ladle. Keep the spices in the pot the whole time, in this ratio they cannot overpower the juice. Leftovers could be refrigerated and reheated in the microwave.This is a great blend to make awesome mulled cider with, and I would serve it every week for lifegroup. I plan on buying even more this season.

From my personal trial and error here is my best recipe for mulled apple juice.

You will need:
2 cans of frozen concentrated apple juice
2 teaspoons of mulling spice
Stash filter bag (to avoid straining each cup)
Very large pot (one that holds more than 48oz)

Add both cans of apple juice to the large pot and dilute with only the amount of water stated on one can (for a total of 48oz). This will make the apple juice twice as concentrated as normal.

Add 2 almost level teaspoons of the mulling spice. I recommend putting it in a filter bag or have a cup sized strainer handy.

Warm on the stove over medium-low or low heat to desired temperature. Serve out of the pot with a small ladle. Keep the spices in the pot the whole time, in this ratio they cannot overpower the juice. Leftovers could be refrigerated and reheated in the microwave.