Monday, 18 November 2013

Mulling syrups from Selsley Foods (giveaway c/d 10 December 2013)


Mulled wine and mince pies are always welcome at Christmas parties. I have recently tested and reviewed Gourmet Mulling Syrup from Selsley Foods, and was very impressed with the high quality of this flavourful non-alcoholic syrup. It contains a special blend of spices and comes in a beautiful bottle of two sizes (200ml and 500ml).
Selsley Foods have kindly offered a prize for one of my lucky blog readers: two bottles of this spectacular syrup (200ml and 500ml) to put you in a festive mood.


For more information on Mulling syrups visit Selsley Foods page.

To have a chance to win two bottles of Mulling syrup from Selsley Foods, please enter the giveaway via the Rafflecopter form.


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The giveaway will close on 10 December 2013 at midnight (the night from the 9th to the 10th)

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50 comments:

  1. Porridge, sliced banana drizzled with syrup

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  2. trifle a definite favourite in this family

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  3. I'd make some cupcakes and use the syrup as part of the topping

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  4. mulled wine or cider first, and then maybe drizzle some on a slice of pannetonne maybe

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  5. I would try it on buttermilk pancakes

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  6. Mulled cider.... Festive yummy!!

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  7. I love drizzling it over sweep potatos... yum! @cricrinapoli1

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  8. I would put it in the boozy trifle!

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  9. Pancakes! @Amezeylady

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  10. I've been wondering if you can mull white wine, si I'd give it a try

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  11. Ha answering Stephanie Whitehouse, yes white mulled wine is fab and was my answer for the first drink I would use the prize for!

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  12. I'd definitely have to make some mulled cider with the syrup if I was lucky enough to win it. It sounds delicious and lovely and festive.

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  13. I'd use it to flavour the double cream before pouring it on mince pies

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  14. That would have to be mulled wine so I could celebrate actually getting to try some of this lovely stuff. (I did buy a bottle quite a while back to take abroad and it was confiscated by the other county's customs as they refused to believe it was not alcoholic)

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  15. I would use it in mulled wine - I love it at this time of year

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  16. I would use it to flavour the whipped cream on top of capuccinos

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  17. I would use it to flavour meats whilst cooking or add it to gravy.

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  18. I've never had this before but would love to try it as a topping for ice cream

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  19. I'd try some spicy apple and raisen mulled chutney.

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  20. I have a wonderful recipe idea for this! By chance, only last night I experimented by cooking a gammon joint on the hob, in an unusual liquor of fresh pineapple juice, black pepper corns, bay leaves, satsuma segments and a good glug of traditional Glühwein. I then made a simple glaze of redcurrant jelly and whole grain mustard before finishing it off in the oven. I then decided that rather than waste the cooking liquor as it was so good, I'd make a fruity jus to serve with it, so made a simple roux, added additional stock and it was amazing! (My partner said it was the best jus I'd ever made and I am pretty good at jus, so that was a nice compliment!) I think this syrup would be perfect for this dish!

    Lana George

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  21. May sound strange but venison. I usually marinate a joint in homemade mulled wine but this sound like it would be a much quicker way to do it x

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  22. I would make a Christmas Tiramisu... using panettone or pandoro instead of the savoiardi biscuits that are usually used in the original version. I would alternate layers of the panettone or pandoro, laced with spicy mulling syrup, and a mixture of sweetened mascarpone and whipped cream. A sprinkling of cocoa powder and cinnamon on each layer of mascarpone, ending with a generous amount on top. Yummy! :-) Bruna D.

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