Syllabub, a palatable compound drink, usually prepared by combining three parts of new milk and one of white wine, in which a sufficient portion of sugar has been previously dissolved.

Whipt Syllabub consists of half a pint of Rhenish, or other white-wine, and one pint of cream, to which are added the whites of three eggs. The whole is sweetened with sugar, and beaten with whisks till a froth appear; which, being taken off' as it rises, is put into a vessel; and, after standing for two or three hours, it settles, and becomes fit for use.

This liquor is frequently used during the summer ; and, if taken with moderation, it affords a cooling, agreeable, and very nourishing beverage.