Recipe: Young Living Holiday Wassail

1 October 18, 2013 - Archive

Sharing a steaming cup of wassail with friends and family is a great way to celebrate the holiday season. This festive beverage can be made even better with the inclusion of the delicious flavors of Clove, Cinnamon Bark, and Tangerine essential oils! Try making this essential oil-infused recipe to set the mood for any holiday occasion.


6 c. Apple Cider/Apple Juice

2 c. Pineapple Juice

5 drops Clove Essential Oil

5 drops Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil

5 drops Tangerine Essential Oil

Optional Ingredients:

(Try one or a mixture of any of the below)

4 Tbsp. Dried Wolfberries

1-2 Slique Tea Bags

2 oz. NingXia Red

2 drops Ginger Essential Oil

2 drops Nutmeg Essential Oil


Add all ingredients to a 3-quart pot. Turn stove to medium/high and heat until hot. Serve and enjoy!

For added benefit, set the post to simmer to keep your home smelling festive throughout the day. You may need to add 1-2 drops of additional oils if the mixture stays on the burner for many hours—as you are essentially diffusing these ingredients into the air.

Our new Wintertime Wassail Collection, featured in this year’s holiday catalog, includes all the items you need to make Young Living Holiday Wassail, including 5-ml bottles of Cinnamon Bark, Clove, and Tangerine essential oils, a wassail recipe card, and a 16-ounce mug set in a gift box. View the collection in our holiday catalog here.



  • Leslie Carter December 9, 2013 - 6:10 pm Reply

    I think that I would like to try the recipe with the Thieves oil blend. It would alter the taste a bit due to the Eucalyptus and Rosemary, but I bet it would make for a very interesting conversation starter! I would also put a few of the Slique Tea bags in as well.

  • Layla Martin October 18, 2013 - 9:06 pm Reply

    Can you use the Thieves blend in place of the other oils? If so, about how many drops would you recommend?

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