Every year, Blossa launches a special flavour – only available for that season.
This year, the Blossa annual glögg has gone in search of inspiration to the Hawaiian island of Oahu, in the middle of the Pacific’s tropical zone. The Blossa 19 Aloha glögg owes its beautiful colour to red hibiscus flowers. The hibiscus used in this white wine-based glögg is common in Hawaii, and is used as a decorative plant in addition to being made into tea.
The flavour of the glogg is tropical with a sweetness that comes from the hibiscus and passionfruit. Added to this is coconut and a hint of coffee – and a slight vanilla aftertaste.
What’s the best way to enjoy Blossa 19 Aloha?
Blossa annual glöggs can always be enjoyed both chilled and warm – and even colder.
You should try it with an aged cheese or salted and roasted almonds, since the glögg’s rich and fruity sweetness goes very nicely with both sweet and savoury snacks.
The pattern adorning the Blossa 19 Aloha bottle, imitating the Aloha shirts of the 1950s, depicts hibiscus flowers. The bottle’s beautiful coral colour is very similar to the colour of the glögg itself. It was inspired by the coral reefs surrounding the Hawaiian Islands. The turquoise colour of the numbers refers to the sea and the surfing culture, whereas the stopper symbolises the colour and surface of a coconut.