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Roland Gorgosilich's Glühwein recipe
A hot, spicy beverage for cold winter nights
Last Updated 20 June 2017
Austrian-born Roland Gorgosilich, executive chef of Bosman's restaurant at The Grande Roche in Paarl shares his Glühwein recipe. You can drink this delicious drink to warm up your cold winter nights, sip and watch your cheeks glow.
- 1 ½ bottles of red wine
- 3 oranges, zested
- 2 lemons, zested
- Half a litre of fresh orange juice
- Cinnamon stick
- Star anise
- 4 cloves
- 2 bay leaves
Brandy and sugar to taste
Combine all ingredients in a deep pot, simmer, don't boil, until hot. You are welcome to add a kiss of brandy to warm you up! Serve in a glass mug with an orange slice and a stick of cinnamon.
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