It was hard going, and at one point we feared we might not make it through, but with pluck, determination and an unerring spirit of public service, iLPH is delighted to bring you the winners of the GREAT PRIMROSE HILL MULLED WINE-OFF.
BEST TRADITIONAL MULLED WINE
With its spicy sweetness , served in a hearty, festive atmosphere, the title of ‘Best Traditional Mulled Wine’ goes to the Princess, Chalcot Road. £6.50
BEST INNOVATIVE MULLED WINE
Flavours of honey and those moreish little German Christmas biscuits Lebkuchen, enhanced with a slice of orange studded with cloves, this one was just that little bit different whilst staying true to the mulled wine experience we were craving. y Primrose Hill’s ‘Best Innovative Mulled Wine’ is to be found at The Lansdowne. £6
BEST VALUE MULLED WINE
At £5 for a half-pint beer mug, the Engineer’s excellent mulled wine has to be the best value. With notes of orange and served in the warm and clubby atmosphere of the refurbished local favourite, we have no hesitation in naming this mulled wine ‘Best Value.’
BEST MULLED CIDER
No mulled wine on offer at the Queens but mulled cider. Sweet but not cloying and beautiful in colour, we are delighted to name to name the Queens the worthy winner of the ‘Best Mulled Cider.’ £4.25
BEST MULLED WINE MOMENT
It would have to be the Primrose Hill Festival. The carols, the lights, the general good cheer and my brand new, very cute pink bobble hat bought from one of the stalls combined to create the perfect Christmassy mulled wine moment. And I really love those.
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