The tradition of spiced wine has existed since the age of the Romans in the first century, considered a drink of celebration at the holidays, honoring the medicine and scents of the season. Today, mulled wine continues to be a favorite holiday drink in Europe and more recently, the United States. I make an excellent mulled wine every year and I love to see the excited faces that surround me as I prepare on of my favorite Holiday drinks. This year, I thought I’d add pomegranate fruit and decided to try out this new recipe for offering it to my family and friends.
Let me tell you, the batch I made smelled HEAVENLY! I loved the fruity, spiced aroma that filled the air and I knew I had to make a Mulled Wine candle. You’re family will love the scent just as much as mines does. This smells just like my kitchen does after I’ve made my signature holiday beverage.
Each of my votives is a long-burning soy blend of wax, poured atop a garnet stone and then topped with five spice powder, one of the blends found in mulled wine. This listing is for one decorated votive identical to the one photographed. Enjoy it, beloveds. May the holiday season be filled with the love and laughter of your loved ones.
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