Kal-da is a hot drink, almost scalding, made of diluted Ka-la-na wine, mixed with citrus juices and stinging spices.
Outlaws of Gor pg 80 re e-book
Main Entry: cit·rus Pronunciation: 'si-tr&s Function: noun
often attributive 1 capitalized : a genus of often thorny trees and shrubs of the rue family (Rutaceae) grown in warm regions for their edible fruit (as the orange, lemon, lime, kumquat, mandarin, or shaddock) with firm usually thick and pulpy flesh
2 plural citruses or citrus : any plant or fruit of the genus Citrus
tip re serving juices
sometimes while i have served i will make up fruit co.cktails using citrus fruits.
i will say to cover that Oranges are not mention persay i will say i picked up a piece of citrus fruit the skin seem orange in colour hinting that i was using an orange.
i have done this with lemons saying the yellow coloured cirtrus fruit.
limes tend to be green ...
am not saying i am right or wrong but just adding a twist ;D
how to make kal=da
Kal-da can be served chilled or hot.
To make from scratch:
Add to a kettle: kalana wine, juices of fruits and spices.
Allow to simmer and stir often.
Ladle into bowl , garnish with slices of citrus fruit.
Items needed: Footed bowl.
How to Serve: Ladle the kal-da from a pot at the fire, into the footed bowl, then take and present to the Jarl.