Wassailing used to be part of a tradition in rural England to ensure a good apple harvest. Every December, villagers would go from one tree to another in the cider grove and sing and dance under its branches. People would bang drums and pots and pans to try to scare away any evil spirits hiding in the wood that would prevent the tree from growing healthy apples in the coming year.

Later, when door-to-door caroling became popular in Victorian London, Wassail was a popular beverage to serve to Carolers after they had sung you a song at their front door.

Man with Wassail Pot


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