Winter Wassailing in Herefordshire, UK

Traipsing through apple orchards and slinging back ciders in the rural hamlet of Much Marcle, England, I learned a thing or two about this renaissance beverage, and the eccentric rituals and traditions the local farmers are keen to uphold.  (Cider has alcohol?)

Read more in the winter 2015 edition of GoodLife Mississauga magazine.                            GL-Herefordshire Winter Wassail There’s also a bit about a wassail that happens on the Canadian side of the pond, on the island of Prince Edward County, two hours east of Toronto.

 

 

 

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About travelglossary

A Toronto-based freelance writer and a former books contributor for The Canadian Press, Cherie DeLory has published numerous articles including travel, food, parenting, author profiles, health and lifestyle. Publications include Zoomer, WestJet Magazine, The Globe and Mail and ELLE Canada. Cherie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Radio and Television (Ryerson University) and a Bachelor of Education (University of Toronto).
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