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glogg(glŏg) also glögg (glœg)
A hot punch of sweetened red wine mixed with brandy or another liquor and flavored with almonds, raisins, orange peel, and various spices.
(Cookery) a hot alcoholic mixed drink, originally from Sweden, consisting of sweetened brandy, red wine, bitters or other flavourings, and blanched almonds
[from Swedish glögg, from glödga to burn]
or glogg(glʌg, glʊg)
a punch of hot wine containing brandy or aquavit and traditionally flavored with almonds, raisins, cloves, and cinnamon.
[< Swedish, shortening of glödgat vin mulled wine derivative of (glödga to mull, heat up, derivative of glöd ember; vin wine)]