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A flavoring or infusing process that is used to alter and enhance the natural flavor of a beverage. It begins by heating a beverage and then adding a spice or various mulling spices, which includes herbs, to the warm drink. Common spiced that are often used may include; citrus juices (orange, lemon, lime), nutmeg, sugar, and chocolate. Traditional herbs that may be used to season a beverage include; anise hyssop, epazote, lemon grass, marjoram, mint, sage, and rosemary. Common beverages that are flavored include beer, brandy, cider, and wine. Mulled wine is a common spiced wine that can be infused with cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, and other spices to enhance the flavor of this warm beverage.

USDA Nutrition Facts

Serving Size1 fl oz
Calories76
Protein7g
Total Fat0g
Total Carbohydrates3g

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