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Piment

A spiced and honeyed wine in the Roman tradition, imported by the Anglo-Saxons from Carolingian France, and latter copied in England by monasteries, who were starting to revive the art of wine making. Clary and Hippocras were medieval developments of this drink. See 'Clary'; 'Hippocras'

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