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Mahogany
Drinks
Historic

A mixture of black treacle and gin, an old sailor's drink.

J. Boswell's 'Life Johnson' of 1781 has; "They [the Cornish fishermen] call it Mahogany; and it is made of two parts gin and one part treacle, well beat together." (OED)





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