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mull

(of soils, usually in woodlands) having no raw humus layer and usually having a high population of earthworms.
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Taste the Difference Mulled Wine (11% abv, PS6, Sainsbury) I sensed the red wine aromas before the spices; then sweet berries, flecks of orange peel, cloves and vanilla tapped me on my nose and said 'Hey.
MULLED WINE A classic, a timeless classic, even those who aren't keen on wine can appreciate the fruity goodness of this one.
Guests can enjoy special drink offers that are available each week day from Mulled Mondays (mulled wine and cider for PS2) to Festive Friday's happy hour (5pm - 7pm all drinks PS2).
Like the bell for Pavlov's dog, the festive season triggers in me an overwhelming urge to drink mulled wine.
The audience will be able to join in the carol singing and enjoy mulled wine and mince pies.
His dessert menu includes a Christmas pain perdu with roasted figs, a flaming mulled wine sorbet, boozy cherries and mulled wine bubbles.
Best of all, it's time to enjoy toffee apples, mulled wine, baked potatoes, treacle toffee and parkin - the fabulously rich, spicy cake that'll warm you to your toes however chilly the weather.
This warmed, spiced beer is what is known as mulled ale, and until the 19th century people were crazy for it.
a custom manufacturer of residential and commercial windows and doors; greenhouses; conservatories; sunrooms; skylights; folding, sliding, and stacking walls and screens; introduces a Mulled Window and Door System.
Then it will be home for a late lunch and one of my favourite festive treats - mulled wine.
The sell: Crabbie's Ginger Mulled Wine offers a festive option for consumers looking to trade up to an indulgent premium product, claims Halewood.
MULLED wine is becoming increasingly popular as a British winter warmer, figures suggest.