Atholl brose


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Atholl brose

(ˈæθəl)
n
(Brewing) Scot a mixture of whisky and honey left to ferment before consumption
[C19: after Atholl, a district of central Scotland]
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Sweet wines from Sauternes work equally well with Burns Night Atholl Brose desserts or with blue cheeses.
Atholl Brose liqueur, is a recreation of the original Drambuie, according to Dan Smith, general manager of the Queen Mary Tavern in Chicago.
In Scotland, Atholl brose is a fermented mix of which two ingredients?
Here it will be appropriate to consider the collocation (and collation) Atholl brose, the mixture of oat water, whisky, cream and honey.
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Make them a delicious alternative to salt and water called Atholl Brose which is deal for either breakfast or a dessert.
Very much a traditional Scottish drink, atholl brose consists of eggs, cream, oatmeal, honey, whiskey, and at least a week of "aging.