“Round them will be passed a cup of pure wine; [it is] White, delicious to the drinkers; Free from headiness; nor will they suffer intoxication therefrom.” [Surah Al-Saaffaat 37:45-47]
“The description of Paradise which the righteous have been promised is that in it are rivers of water incorruptible; rivers of milk of which the taste never changes; rivers of wine delicious to those who drink; and rivers of clarified honey (clear and pure) therein for them is every kind of fruit; and forgiveness from their Lord. (Are these) like those who shall dwell for ever in the Fire, and be given, to drink, boiling water, so that it cuts up their bowels?” [Surah Muhammad 47:15]
“in them [both will be fruits, date palms and pomegranates” [Surah Al-Rahmaan 55:68]
“And with fruits, any that they may select; And the flesh of fowls that they desire” [Surah Al-Waaqi’ah 56:20-21]
“And those on the Right Hand – who will be those on the Right Hand? [They will be] among
thornless lote-trees, Among Talh trees with fruits piled one above another, In shade long extended, By water flowing constantly, And fruit in plenty.” [Surah Al-Waaqi’ah 56:27-32]
“And they will be given to drink there a cup (of wine) mixed with Zanjabil (ginger)” [Surah Al-Insaan 76:17]
“Verily, for the muttaqoon, there will be a success [Paradise], gardens and grape yards” [Surah Al-Naba’ 78:31-32]
“It [that wine] will be mixed with tasneem, A spring whereof drink those nearest to Allaah” [Surah Al-Mutafifoon 83:27-28].
Narrated by Thawbaan (may Allah be pleased with him): “......The Jewish (Rabbi) said: Where would people be on the Day when the earth would change into another earth and the heavens (would change into other heavens)? The Messenger of Allah (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “They would be in darkness beside the Bridge.” He again said: Who among people would be the first to cross (this bridge)? He said: “They would be the poor among the Muhaajiroon.” The Jew said: What would constitute their welcoming meal when they enter Paradise? He replied: “The caudate lobe of the liver of the whale.” He said. What would be their food after this? He said: “A bull which was feeding in the different corners of Paradise will be slaughtered for them.” He said: What would be their drink? He said: “They would be given drink from the fountain which is named Salsabeel.”
[Muslim No 315]
‘Utbah ibn ‘Abd Al-Sulami (may Allah be pleased with him) said: A Bedouin came to the Prophet (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) and asked him about al-Hawd (the cistern). He mentioned Paradise, then the Bedouin asked him: Is there fruits there? He said: “Yes, and there is a tree called Tooba.” The Bedouin asked: What tree of this world does it resemble? He said: “It does not resemble any tree of your land, have you been to Ash-Shaam?” He said: No. He said: “It resembles a tree in Ash-Shaam called Al-Jawzah (walnut tree) which grows on one trunk then spreads its branches higher up.” The Bedouin asked: How big is its trunk? He said: “If one of the camels of your people was to go around it, it would not complete one circuit before its neck broke of old age and exhaustion.” The Bedouin asked: Are there grapes? He said: “Yes.” He asked: How big is a bunch? He said: “The distance a crow could fly without stopping in a month.” He asked: How big is one grape? He said: “Did your father ever slaughter a huge ewe from his flock?” He said: Yes. He said: “And does he skin it and give the hide to your mother, and say, Make us a bucket out of this?” He said: Yes. So, the Bedouin asked: Is one grape big enough to satisfy me and my family? He said: “Yes, and the whole of your tribe.“ [Ahmad 17642 , At-Tabaraanee 312].
‘Abdullaah ibn ‘Abbaas (may Allah be pleased with him) said: “The date palms of Paradise’s trunks are made of green emeralds, the bases of their leaves are of pure gold. Their branches will be [used] as clothing for the people of Paradise, from them their clothings and attire are made. Their fruits are the size of jars (or buckets); whiter than milk, sweeter than honey and softer than butter, without stones [or seeds]“ [Mustadrak Al-Haakim 3776]