Two cups of glogg.
A hot punch of red wine, brandy, and sherry flavored with almonds, raisins, and orange peel.
Origin of gloggSwedish gl&odie;gg, alteration of gl&odie;dgat (vin), mulled (wine), past participle of gl&odie;dga, to mull, from gl&odie;d, ember, from Old Norse glodh; see ghel-2 in Indo-European roots.
From Swedish glögg.
Variant of glögg
a Swedish drink made by heating wines, brandy, etc. with sugar and spices and adding raisins and almonds as a garnish
Origin of glöggSwedish glögg ; from glödga, to mull, literally , to burn ; from OSwed ; from glöth, glowing coal, akin to Old English glæd: see gleed