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Normally, if I heard that someone was serving HOT wine, I would run away as fast as I can. The same goes with hot beer, or hot soda, for that matter. Ew, right? However, when you see something on every menu in town, you start to get a little curious.

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“Give me a hot wine!” I said to the waitress at the pierogi place.

**insert crickets chirping**

I pointed to the word on the menu that said grzaniec and they immediately understood that I wanted the hot wine. The cup was delivered steaming and the scent of spiced cider wafted across the table. The amazingly delicious taste brought life back to my frozen body, and continues to do so each time I get it. Ahhh… just what the doctor ordered!

I found a recipe from here for some hot wine in case any of you are interested in my new winter favorite!

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4 Responses to Hot wine, anyone?

  1. whalesloveme April 3, 2008 at 11:46 pm #

    I love hot wine! It’s soooo good. I had some in Scotland and thought it was fab. I will def. check out that recipe. You know what else is good with wine? You’ll never guess – Coke! it’s the freaking bomb i swear.

    I learned this drink from my german roommates. It’s called a korea. 1/2 red wine, 1/2 coke. so freaking good! i think i’m gonna have some this weekend 😉

  2. Marysia @ My Travel Affairs August 8, 2013 at 11:15 am #

    Ha ha ha, you cant survive winter without grzaniec, there is no skiing trips without it and no Christmas! We LOVE IT in Poland 🙂

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