The Fortune Teller Bar serves this traditional German drink throughout the cold winter months in St. Louis. Fragrant with spices and redolent of oranges, Glühwein warms both hands and hearts. Photo by Pat Eby Q • I recently had some delicious hot mulled wine at the Fortune Teller Bar, and I’d love to have the recipe. — Mathilda Rose, Fenton A • This bright, warm spiced drink marries dry red wine, spirits, liqueurs and spices in a gladsome blend that warms hands and hearts on cold nights. Although it is technically a mulled wine, it has a special history and name — glühwein.“The German word glühwein literally means glowing wine,” co-owner Matt Thenhaus says. “It refers to the heat of the drink — both its temperature as well as the warmth that the boozy treat creates in your chest.”The glow starts with the nose on this drink, a whiff of cinnamon, sweet and spicy. The deeply red Glühwein shows to best advantage served in old-fashioned pressed-glass punch cups. The brandy delivers a sweet smoothness while the liqueur adds the flavor and fragrance of oranges to the mix. The spices — stick cinnamon, whole cloves and allspice berries — are nicely balanced with allspice taking the lead....