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

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Mike Glogg, 78, found them in a drawer at his home in Hampshire.
By that stage, Glogg, which specialises in water bottles, had made contact with around 50 different companies but had failed to find any with the right pressing plant and equipment.
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.
Guests can enjoy glogg and ginger snaps on arrival, followed by an exhilarating shoreline walk and then a nine-course festive feast.
European markets have many traditional gifts to purchase from Belgian chocolates, Rauchermannchen (wooden dolls complete with smoking pipes), Glogg (Danish mulled wine) and Czech ceramic mugs.
msy gfu s up- When we stopped for a snack, Ingrid pulled two flasks of glogg - mulled wine - from her bottomless backpack, ollowed by biscuits and then firewood.
When we stopped for a snack, Ingrid pulled two flasks of glogg (mulled wine) from her bottomless backpack, followed by biscuits and then firewood.
The holiday cruise features traditional carols, Norwegian glogg (mulled wine), Santa Claus and a Christmas breakfast.
The divestment involves a number of local wine and spirits brands, including Explorer vodka, Lord Calvert whisky, 1 Enkelt bitter, Blossa glogg and Chill Out wines, as well as a bottling facility located in Svendborg, Denmark, and two logistic centres in Denmark and Sweden.
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.
Served with a spread of fresh fruits, cheeses and the traditional glogg (a mulled wine drink similar to hot cider), you can embrace Danish tradition in the warmth of your own home.
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.