- Latin mulsum (sc. vinum), from mulsus mixed with honey, honey-sweet, past participle of mulcere to sweeten, soften. (Wiktionary)
“Ho! Agathon, my boy, fetch me the great goblet, the double (9) sextarius, of spiced mulse with a snow-water. ”
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