GLASGOW’S Christmas market is back in full swing for the festivities – including their bars brimming with mulled booze.
Shoppers have already been enjoying some early festive treats as the St Enoch Square attraction opened for business once again.
The annual fest has become a much-anticipated part of the city’s seasonal offering – but was scrapped last year due to the Covid pandemic.
Although the equivalent George Square event has been cancelled again, all the usual fare is being served up at St Enoch’s.
A towering centre piece at the junction with Argyle Street is luring in a steady stream of customers.
The public space is now home to a pop-up bar dubbed The Ranch, serving up festive drinks including mulled wine.
And we’ve got you covered with a breakdown of the drink prices at the stalls.
Punters can enjoy a variety of cider “hotails” for £6.50 – with mulled cider mixed with different fruit and tipples including Cointreau, Jack Daniels and Drambuie.
For £6, hot mulled gin is also up for grabs as well as apple pie moonshine – a mix of hot apple juice, rum and mixed spices.
Meanwhile, mulled wine fans can enjoy a mix of Captain Morgans rum red wine and Christmas spices.
On the food menu, various stalls are selling everything from bratwurst to curries.
There are also plenty of sweet treats for sale including churros , crepes and giant marshmallows.
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As well as European flavours, there’s a selection of homegrown treats on offer including cheese from Scotland and Wales.
Those keen to pick up a Christmas gift have no shortage of options with stalls awash with woolly scarves, gloves, bunnets, decorations and countless trinkets and jewellery to choose from.
The market at St Enoch Square is open each day from 9am till 10pm until Thursday December 23.
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