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Whether it’s Germanic glühwein, Nordic glögg or plain ol’ plonk with added spices, mulled wine is what the festive season is all about. The problem is keeping it warm. Enter, with a suitably Christmassy jingle, the Mulled Wine Warmer.

This chic designer glassware set comprises a mulled wine jug and four thermal glass mugs. Simply place a tealight candle in the elegant jug’s metal base to keep your mulled wine warm. With various shapes stamped into the base, your soiree will soon be dancing with festive silhouttes. Or maybe that’s just the effect of the wine. Mmm…warm and spicy.

The stylish glass mugs feature frosted designs and are dual walled to keep wine warm without burning your mitts. Getting that thigh-slapping après-ski vibe without the skiing has never been easier. Indeed, unless you’ve got a rooftop hot tub in St Moritz, this really is the only way to drink mulled wine. Paper cups and saucepans? Pah!

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Product info

Whether it’s Germanic glühwein, Nordic glögg or plain ol’ plonk with added spices, mulled wine is what the festive season is all about. The problem is keeping it warm. Enter, with a suitably Christmassy jingle, the Mulled Wine Warmer.

This chic designer glassware set comprises a mulled wine jug and four thermal glass mugs. Simply place a tealight candle in the elegant jug’s metal base to keep your mulled wine warm. With various shapes stamped into the base, your soiree will soon be dancing with festive silhouttes. Or maybe that’s just the effect of the wine. Mmm…warm and spicy.

The stylish glass mugs feature frosted designs and are dual walled to keep wine warm without burning your mitts. Getting that thigh-slapping après-ski vibe without the skiing has never been easier. Indeed, unless you’ve got a rooftop hot tub in St Moritz, this really is the only way to drink mulled wine. Paper cups and saucepans? Pah!