Glögg -refers to a Swedish spiced-wine punch containing boiled fruit and brandy or Aquavit. Glögg is served hot. Gløgg also refers to Denmark's hot wine drink which is popular in December and cold winter nights. Glögg is made from spiced red wine with raisins and almonds.

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