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The colloquial use of the term splash for a ‘small amount of soda water added to a drink from a syphon’—as in whisky and splash—dates from between the two World Wars: ‘the atmosphere of the week-end jaunt, the whisky and splash’ (Graham Greene, England Made Me, 1935).

Subjects: Cookery, Food, and Drink.

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