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Blaand is a fermented milk product made from whey. It is similar in alcohol content to wine.


Blaand was introduced to Scotland by Vikings.[citation needed]

It was a traditional Scottish drink for centuries, but it was not commercialized; production ended in the mid-20th century.

It has recently (2005) been revived and commercialized by Humphrey Errington, under the "Fallachan" brand, fallachan being a Scottish Gaelic word for "hidden treasure".[1]


The same drink (under different names) is made in Norway, Sweden, Sardinia, and Russia.[citation needed]

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