Charles Muaya’s Recipe for Eastern Wassail Punch

Recipe for Eastern Wassail Punch

A refreshing punch is a good way to start a party. Wassail is a deeply rooted tradition in the Midwest and a popular regional staple throughout the cold-weather season. Wassailing apple trees is a tradition in England involving chanting to the trees to encourage a bountiful harvest. The mixologist’s recipe is an Asian variation on this traditional theme.
Eastern Wassail Punch
Punch bowl (for eight cups)
Cups or Goblets
Cutting Board
Long Bar Spoon
A couple of saucer
Cranberry Juice                                               1 litre
Homemade Spice Syrup                                 150 ml
Lychees in Syrup                                            350 ml
Fresh Lime Juice                                             100 ml
Hazelnut Syrup                                               100 ml
Orange                                                            1
Lemon                                                             1
Cinnamon Sticks                                             6 to 8
Star Anise                                                       6 to 8
Cloves                                                             18 to 20
Mint Sprigs                                                     8 to 10
Ice Block                                                         Large
1.         Combine all ingredients into large bowl and stir well
2.         Add large ice block
3.         When cold, serve in a cups garnished with mint sprig
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