The Bakers’ ABC: K is for Koumiss

A fermented liquid, made in Tartary for mares’ milk. A spirit called ‘rack’ is distilled from koumiss. It is stated that a fermented liquor like koumiss was at one time made from cows’ milk in Orkney and Shetlands Islands.

From The Baker’s ABC by John Kirkland, formerly Head Teacher of National School of Baking, published 1927 by Gresham

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