Fonts – more

Kirstin has posted an excellent pic of a font in Norwich which apparently was adapted from something used to make chocolate in a chocolate factory.

It is immediately obvious what the Scottish equivalent would be.

Anyone know the whereabouts of a small unused whisky still?


  1. Chocolate comes from the cacao tree of the genus Theobroma (Latin for food of the gods). Maybe Norwich is covering all bases?

  2. Well, whisky is uisege beatha, the water of life, which would do rather well, I think.

  3. I suspect serving up the water of life instead of communion wine (and pain au chocolat instead of wafers) might attract many.

  4. No Erp, Gin and Cake is the way forward, I’ve always said!

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