Quince Syllabub

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By Nigella Lawson

Published 1998

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This version is particularly fragrant, as the name suggests. The quince in question is not the actual fruit but the peachy-peppery breath of an eau de vie de coings (quince liqueur or quince brandy). Instead of the sherry you could use white wine, and instead of the quince liqueur, you could use ordinary brandy. The pudding might look rather lovely – to amplify the coral tones of the quince liqueur – if you chose one of those French dry rosés or vins gris. And if you want to play on