Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)
ATHOLE BROSE, n. Honey or meal mixed with whisky, used in the Highlands as a cure for a cold. [′ɑθl′bro:z]
Sc. 1818 Scott H. Midlothian xlviii.:
His morning draught of Athole brose. Sc. 1886 R. L. Stevenson Kidnapped xxv.:
A bottle of that drink which they call Athole brose, and which is made of old whiskey, strained honey and sweet cream, slowly beaten together in the right order and proportion. Sc. 1929 F. M. McNeill The Sc. Kitchen 232:
Athole brose. Heather honey, whisky, cold water.
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