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Scandinavian punch made of claret and aquavit with spices and raisins and orange peel and sugar

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For those after some classic festive fun, enjoy the little red stalls in the heart of the Old Town at Stortorget square selling Swedish Christmas sweets, smoked sausage and glogg.
A 17-day Christmas/New Years voyage, OShackletonOs Christmas,O combines visits to the Falkland Islands, South Georgia, South Orkney Islands and Antarctica with traditional carols, Norwegian glogg, Santa Claus and a New YearOs Eve dinner and midnight party.
After all, it's often the little pleasures like enjoying a mug of hot glogg - a potent variant of mulled wine - while watching the skaters circle in the plaza at the end of Nyhavn or sitting outside a cafA while you savour an open sandwich that linger longest in the memory.
He offers more than 100 recipes, ranging from his interpretations of Swedish meatballs and Glogg (a spiced wine) to creative twists on roasted red snapper with lemongrass and crispy potatoes coated in Japanese breadcrumbs.
Schiffer, outfitted in Ugg boots and miniskirt, purchased a Yule Glogg pitcher and mug from Villeroy's Christmas Around the World collection.
Throughout the event Glogg, a kind of holiday Wassail, kept a holiday glow.
Used in dishes from the conservative English pantry to the exotic shorelines of Sri Lanka and the Moluccas, cinnamon and nutmeg warm and sooth our senses from the pre-meal glogg toast to the grand finale of dessert.
Glogg (Hot Spiced Wine), Beer Apple Cider, and Coffee
A number of local wine and spirits brands including in particular Explorer vodka, Lord Calvert whisky, 1 Enkelt bitter, Blossa glogg and Chill Out wines,
As you wander the winter wonderland stalls you'll find local specialties such as the hot and spicy red wine drink Glogg, and jam-filled cake balls called Aebleskiver.
Think 700 Christmas trees and 80 rustic market stalls offering arts, crafts and festive foods, such as roasted reindeer meat, marzipan pigs and glogg, traditional mulled and spiced wine.
Warming glogg, flavoured with cinnamon and star anise, cured salmon gravadlax, and beloved cinnamon buns - just some of the treats coming the audience's way at the Durham City Food Festival.
Mari knows her stuff as she's from Finland, where mulled wine is called glogg and is made from red wine, sugar and spices such as cinnamon, cloves, cardamom and ginger - and sometimes vodka.
Though not entirely local or seasonal, a Glogg of hand-pressed local apple cider, Californian biodynamic wine, varietal honey from an area beekeeper and fair trade Sri Lankan cinnamon would be considered a drink with a very sustainable pedigree.