whisky mac

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The term whisky mac, which denotes a warming drink made from roughly equal proportions of whisky and ginger wine, does not seem to be of very great antiquity; the earliest examples in print are not recorded until well after the Second World War. The mac, of course, is supposed to suggest Scottishness.

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