Wassail cup

a cup from which wassail was drunk.
- J. Fletcher.

See also: Wassail

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That developed into the Wassail cup being passed around everyone in the household as a toast, which is where our modern practice of drinking a toast comes from.
Proprietor Walter Staib likes to tell how it took an act of the US Congress to open his colonial era labor of love, Philadelphia's City Tavern; for most operators, convincing them to list Champagne Shrub and Wassail Cup on their beverage menu might take an order from the US Supreme Court.
Isn't it the home of wassail cups and figgy pudding?