Barm Brack is a traditional fruit bread/cake which is served at Halloween. In Ireland the tradition is to add certain things to the brack. e.g. a ring to represent marriage, a coin to represent wealth, a small piece of cloth to represent poverty etc. In modern times the ring is the one that is still traditionally done, the other ones have fallen out of practice.
Put the dried fruit in a bowl and add the juice, zest and hot tea and leave to soak overnight. (You can do this for less time if you are short on time).
Preheat oven to 180C / 170 fan / 350F / Gas Mark 4.
Grease a 2lb loaf tin.
Stir in the fruit mixture including the tea and orange juice. Stir in the ring.
Pour into the loaf tin.