Product of Pella, Iowa, USA

mulling spices

Glög | Glühwein | Mulled Wine

bisschopswijn-home-imageGlög…Glühwein…Bisschopswijn…Mulled wine

No matter what it’s called, folks have sipped this hot, spiced drink for centuries in Europe during the holidays and wintertime months. Today, the spices used in mulled wine are finding a new home in apple cider and fruit juices, making this a treat for the whole family. Whether you’re decorating your Christmas tree or simply sitting in front of your fire on a cold evening, grab a mug and enjoy.


Barbara | Omaha, NE

This stuff is so addicting tastes like liquid Christmas!

Amy | Mission, KS

Bisschopswijn is really a pleasure to all the senses. I love smelling to on the stove almost as much as I enjoy hearing it perk away in the coffee pot. Mostly, I just love drinking it up and sharing the comfort with good company any fall or winter evening. Yum!

Brandyn | Pella, IA

I loved it! It's quite an aromatic mixture that had my kitchen smelling like the holidays. It has a very distinct flavor and I could see it being a perfect after-dinner drink in the wintertime. Cheers!

Carol | Pella, IA

The Bisschopswijn was a delicious addition to our Christmas celebration, and we have enjoyed it several times since—both with and without Apricot Brandy.

Mat | Pella, IA

Your mulling spices are a big hit with my family back in New Hampshire, not to mention with my wife and I as well. Guard that recipie carefully!

Matthew | Cedar Rapids, IA

We served Bisschopswijn last year at our annual Sinterklaas Day Party, and it was a huge hit! Everyone was asking for more. We even gave the sachets to our relatives for Christmas. It's the perfect holiday gift. Everyone loves it!


Where To Find Us