Origin of saloop
Examples from the Web for saloop
Rice-milk, furmety, barley-broth, and saloop are no longer in request.Knowledge is Power:|Charles Knight
Mount Pleasant is in America, and produces the sassafras, from which the proprietor of the above coffee-house made the saloop.The Cries of London|John Thomas Smith
Mix in a small quantity of saloop powder, previously rubbed smooth with a little cold water.
When boiled, it is somewhat like saloop; the taste is not disagreeable, and we found means to make some good dishes with it.
Carters and waggoners were thirsty and hungry souls and the eating houses and saloop stalls were thronged.Madame Flirt|Charles E. Pearce
British Dictionary definitions for saloop
Word Origin for saloop
Word Origin and History for saloop
"sassafras tea, variously flavored," 1712, originally a variant of salep (q.v.).