Nothing says gemütlichkeit like a flaming drink…. The German Feuerzangenbowle Set (literally, Fire Tongs Punch brings friends together. This traditional, German mulled wine (Glühwein), has a flaming cone of sugar over it, slowly dripping the caramelized sugar into the warm wine for extra flavor. But, Where to Buy a Feuerzangenbowle set in the USA?
While you can make this in a fondue pot (remember… that one you got as a present, and tucked away in the closet), it won’t work as well, and you need to set a rack over it to hold the sugar cone (Zuckerhut). If you want to add flair to your holiday traditions, it’s best to have a real German Feuerzangenbowle set… designed to serve this Feuerzangenbowle Recipe.
Then celebrate the Christmas season, or ring in the New Year with this extra special drink.
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German Feuerzangenbowle Recipe
Where to Buy A Feuerzangenbowle Set
A Feuerzangenbowle set generally has a container to hold the Gluhwein, and a rack to hold the burning sugar cone. If you already have a fireproof punch bowl, all you really need is the sugar cone rack. Although, it is nice to have a set that has a candle or warming element underneath to keep the wine warm.
You will need a Zucker Hut
The Sugar Cone/ Zucker Hut, is soaked with rum, then set on fire. Basically it’s a compact cone of sugar… see the video below if you want to try making your own.
To see a Feuerzangenbowle in action… watch this video
Find more recipes for Feuerzangenbowle and Gluhwein
Make Your OWN Zuckerhut (sugar cones)
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