This old Jeffares family recipe packs a punch in the health stakes, potentially warding off all sorts of bugs and boosting winter wellness. It is a delicious winter warming non-alcoholic, no added sugar alternative.
- 500ml of Mr Jeffares Irish Blackcurrant Cordial with No Added Sugar
- 1000ml of of Water
- Whole Orange Sliced, Studed with Cloves
- Whole, Irish Apple Sliced
- 6 Star Anise
- 2 Cinnamon Sticks
Heat up the blackcurrant Cordial and water with spices and fruit slices – but do not boil.
Keep warm for 1 hour allowing time to diffuse the spices.
Strain and serve.
Serve from heat or in a decorative punch bowl to create that extra style and add some freshly sliced fruit.
Can be made ahead of time and reheated, often giving a better taste and flavour.
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