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Hot Pot
Drinks
Historic

Hot beer with spices. Spirits such as rum sometimes added. Occasionally with egg. Known from the 17th to the 19th century (OED) it is unrelated to the stew of the same name (Wright 1857, etc).

A traditional accompaniment to Kattern Cakes.


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