Friday, November 11, 2011

WINTER MAGIC WASSAIL Yule Sabbat Holiday Cider, Wine and Punch Spices for Winter Solstice Celebrations - No Sugar Fillers

י״ד בחשון תשע"ב
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Wassailing, the traditional Olde English Twelfth Night custom to sing and drink to the health of highly symbolic Apple trees, is done to drive away evil spirits from the village's Apple orchards and to ensure a good harvest of cider apples for next year's harvest.

As a beverage associated with Yule, Wassail (also called Hot Toddy) is a mulled ale, punch, wine or fruit juice made with sugar, cinnamon, ginger, fruits, honey, allspice and nutmeg, and traditionally often topped with slices of toast (as sops).

Wassail also refers to the salute 'Waes Hail', the term itself is a contraction of the Middle English phrase wæs hæil, meaning literally 'good health' or 'be you healthy'.

These wonderfully aromatic mulling WINTER MAGIC WASSAIL Yule Sabbat holiday cider, wine and punch spices contain whole allspice berries, whole cloves, cinnamon pieces, cinnamon sticks, dried orange zest and honey - contains NO SUGAR FILLER. You may or may not add sugar as desired. 100% natural spice blend. Simply the finest!

Each reusable 8 ounce glass jar has a side handle with wooden spoon and is adorned with handmade Winter Magic Wassail ribbon.

Comes beautifully packaged with instructions for use.

Matching soy pillar, pillar votives and ritual oil are also available in this shoppe.

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