Just a little thought that Wit doesn't have to be wheat.
I recently did one that used Belgian Wit yeast:
5 pounds extra light DME
2 pounds honey, light
1 ounce sweet orange peel, dried
2 ounces whole coriander seeds
1.5 ounces Hallertauer (60 minutes)
0.5 ounce Hallertauer (10 minutes)
You can use ground coriander, but grinding them yourself makes the taste far better.
I boiled the DME, orange peel, coriander and hops as specified, but added the honey in the last 15 minutes of the boil. There are lots of combinations, I suppose. This is the one that worked best for me.
After straining and sparging, topping off to five gallons and reducing the temp to 75 degrees, I pitched White Labs Belgian Wit Yeast.
It's a good summer beer, and I think anyone who likes wheat beers will like this Wit Ale.