syllabub

  1. spiced hot milk with rum or wine
  2. sweetened cream beaten with wine or liquor

Syllabub

Syllabub (or solybubbe, sullabub, sullibib, sullybub, sullibub, there is considerable variation in spelling) is an English sweet dish described by the Oxford English Dictionary as `A drink or dish made of milk (freq. as drawn from the cow) or cream, curdled by the admixture of wine, cider, or other acid, and often sweetened and flavoured.` It is.....
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Syllabub

• (n.) Same as Syllabub.
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Syllabub

Syl'la·bub noun Same as Syllabub .
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Syllabub

An English dessert comprised mainly of whipped cream sweetened with sugar and flavored with sherry, brandy, or cointreau. Lemon zest, fruit preserves or puree may also be swirled into the cream.
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syllabub

anything frothy or insubstantial
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Syllabub

Syllabub is a beverage made from a mixture of milk, wine, grated nutmeg and sugar. Cider and a little brandy is sometimes used in place of wine.
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syllabub

[n] - spiced hot milk with rum or wine 2. [n] - sweetened cream beaten with wine or liquor
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