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Ye Olde Medicinal Spices:
Powder Yield: 11 Tablespoons, 1 tablespoon per bottle of wine.
If you prefer to make only one bottle at a time, 1 tbsp of cinnamon and a tsp or less of all other spices. Use your discretion.
Wine of your choice, Red is most common.
Sweetener to taste: Sugar, Honey Maple Syrup etc.
For reference, 3 tsp = 1 tbsp, 2 tbsp = 1 oz
2 oz of cinnamon
½ oz of nutmeg
1 tsp of orange zest
½ oz (1tbsp) cloves
½ oz cardamom pods
½ oz black pepper
½ oz star anise
½ oz marjoram
½ oz ginger (powdered or fresh[about the size of your thumb])
Grains of Paradise
Convey all spices such that they may be added to wine. Be this grinding by mortar and pestle, a manual or electric grinder, or tying a portion of the spices inside a cheese cloth or linen. Add the spices to the wine along with sweetener if desired, simmer for 20 min on the stove, but do not let boil. Enjoy warm.
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