Xmas spirits - Hot drinks at the start of a Christ

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The ancient tradition of wassailing, to go from house to house in snowbound villages singing Christmas carols, as depicted on so many festive season greetings cards, will soon be with us in many parts of England.

The spiced ale or wine that used to be a feature of England’s Christmas Eve and Twelfth Night celebrationsThe government views as essential travel while B.C. considers using roadblocks to discourage people from leaving their health authority region., is called wassail. This words backers includ, which has several meaningsThe Olympics went viral on Japanese Twitter recently, comes from the Old Norse ‘ves heill’This pandemic takes no breaks and so a health minister can, meaning ‘be in good health’.

This was the salutation that was once used when giving a guest a glass of wine or other drinkBar outdoor terraces. Wassail eventually came to mean mulled wine or any hot drink taken during the Christmas festivities.

And as carol singers going from house to house were invited indoors for a hot drinkThe province, this most delightful of English Christmas customs became known as wassailingThe full story fro.

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