Ponche Navideño is typically served throughout Mexico during the nine days prior to Christmas, known as Las Posadas. Authentic Mexican ponche calls for tejocotes (a tangy Aztec fruit), but crabapples or even green apples can be substituted. Feel free to spike the mix by adding tequila or rum to individual glasses when served. This Mexican ponche recipe is a good base recipe to start with, but feel free to add your own festive flair. Recipes commonly include dried fruits like raisins and prunes but we opted to skip out on those. Salud!
Serves 8 to 10
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