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Halloween Treats: Wicked Witch Infused Wine

A Halloween party isn't complete without a witch-themed beverage, and luckily, we have an infused one on deck! Imagined by Bex Carlos, the brains behind Tu Tía Bruja, a podcast about witchcraft, ghosts, the occult, true crime, and the abnormal, this Wicked Witch Infused Wine doubles as a mulled wine with a LĒVO twist.

How To Make Infused Wine

For this recipe, Bex uses an infused honey made in her LĒVO and adds it to her recipe. Our Basic Honey Infusion recipe is the perfect place to start if you've never worked with this liquid before.

Tips on How To Infuse Honey

  • We recommend heating honey at a lower infusing temperature no higher than 105°F. This will allow you to liquefy the honey and still maintain the flavor, aroma, and color.
  • Dispense sooner rather than later for easier draining. If your honey begins to thicken in the reservoir, you can always warm it back up at 105°F to liquefy it again.
  • Use a viscous honey. Viscosity is the measure of the resistance of a fluid to flow, so the honey you find in the bear bottles work great! Creamed honey- not so much.
  • Like other honey, you should store this recipe at room temperature in an airtight container, away from direct light and heat. 
  • If your honey crystallizes, you can gently heat and liquefy it to bring it back to its original state. 

Here are some items to help you get started:

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