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A new and easy way of making wines from herbs, fruits, and flowers
By EDMONDS, W.
A new and easy way of making wines from herbs, fruits, and flowers, the growth of England; viz. goosberries [sic], currants, rasberries [sic] etc., with their physical virtues. Also, to make artificial wines, as malaga, claret, rhenish, etc., recovering faded wines, and such as have lost their colour, with the true way of making ordinary and rich cordial waters; likewise to make cyder equal to canary; to make the best mead, perry, mum, etc., with divers other sorts of English liquors never before treated of.
London: printed for J. Williams 1767
17 cm. 84 p.
1. 'Mum' is a kind of beer originally brewed in Brunswick.