whisky mac


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whisky mac

n
(Brewing) Brit a drink consisting of whisky and ginger wine
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He grinned: "You know what I do like on Christmas Eve, a whisky mac. A third ginger wine and two thirds whisky."
They make such delights as Wensleydale with Raspberry and Prosecco, Sticky Toffee Tastic, Whisky Mac cheddar, Chilli and Lime Cheddar and the Drunken Monk, which is mature cheddar with caramelised red onion and red wine.
VVGOOGLING a runner Whiskeymack 12.50 Doncaster More commonly written as Whisky Mac, the name is a contraction of Whisky Macdonald.
Our Glenfiddich rose bush needs a spot of post-winter pruning, as does the Arthur Bell variety, but in a few months'' time its sweet nose and pungent afterglow will complement the pale Whisky Mac in a bountiful backdrop.
The Norton Arms, where I drank pints of mild and whisky mac chasers while clumsily trying to chat up girls to the strains of Slade, has been demolished.
SHOUTING FROM THE ROOFTOPS: Popular Teesside band Whisky Mac, pictured on a rooftop in Middlesbrough in October 1971, were celebrating because they were off to London the following day to cut their first record.
What is added to whisky to make the drink whisky mac?
The drink created 200 years ago is an essential ingredient for a 'Whisky Mac', using egual measures of Crabbie's and Scotch whisky.
Now, if she could swap a Whisky Mac for a Big Mac we'd all be lovin' it!
There are three different packs: Connoisseurs Collection - with Luxardo Amaretto di Saschira, Drambuie and Strega; Cocktail Collection - with Ballantine's Whisky Mac, Pina Colada and Bloody Mary; Aperitif Collection - with Ballantine's Whisky Mac, Courvoisier and Beefeater Gin and orange.
The Indianess of the summer slipped away this week, the blue sky thinking replaced by whisky mac drinking, the cotton folded away and the wool unfurled.
If Wolverhampton does manage to survive, then I like the look of William Morgan (4.15) in the claimer, even though I prefer a whisky mac to a rum in these conditions.