Citrus Wassail

Citrus Wassail
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Wassail is a delightful winter and Christmas tradition dating back to medieval England. The tradition of wassailing involved going from house to house, singing carols and enjoying a drink of wassail in exchange for gifts with your neighbors. The charming practice, still enjoyed today by some, was supposed to ensure a good apple harvest the following year. It’s great for thirsty crowds over the holidays, and you can create a non-alcoholic version simply by leaving out the Armagnac.
Citrus Wassail
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Wassail is a delightful winter and Christmas tradition dating back to medieval England. The tradition of wassailing involved going from house to house, singing carols and enjoying a drink of wassail in exchange for gifts with your neighbors. The charming practice, still enjoyed today by some, was supposed to ensure a good apple harvest the following year. It’s great for thirsty crowds over the holidays, and you can create a non-alcoholic version simply by leaving out the Armagnac.
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Instructions
  1. Measure all the ingredients except the Armagnac into a large pot. Bring to a boil for about 45 minutes at a medium high setting.
  2. Remove from the heat, strain, and allow it to cool for about 1 hour in the covered pot. Add the Armagnac.
  3. Serve warm or cool, garnishing cups with a cinnamon stick.
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