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Passum is a raisin wine that was used by the ancient Romans. It was made by soaking raisins in grape must or sapa until they softened, pressing them, then fermenting the liquid.

Sources

Sources for the information above include:

A translation of Apicius with an excellent introduction and essays by Christopher Grocock and Sally Grainger

Recipes

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