Definition of caudle ferry in US English:

caudle ferry

noun

Cookery
rare, historical
  • A kind of caudle made with eggs and hot wine.

Origin

Middle English; earliest use found in Diuersa Cibaria. From Anglo-Norman caudel ferré mulled wine from caudel + ferré (see below; probably use as adjective of past participle of ferrer to treat (wine) with a hot iron, specific sense development of ferrer).

Pronunciation

caudle ferry

/ˌkɔːdl ˈfɛri/