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Celtic Quaiches

The quaich (pronounced quake from the Gaelic word cuach) has a rich heritage in Scotland – indeed it is a uniquely Scottish invention,
having no apparent connection to any other European drinking vessel.
Traditionally used in Scotland to celebrate a bond between two clans, it was also used in the 17th century to offer
welcome to travellers and is now commonly used in wedding and christening ceremonies.