Definition of mazagran in English:

mazagran

noun

  • Iced black coffee laced with brandy or rum, traditionally served in an earthenware goblet and drunk through a straw.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Appletons' Journal. From French mazagran from Mazagran, the name of a village in Algeria (in the vicinity of the coastal town of Mostaganem) in which a memorable siege was upheld by the French garrison in 1840.

Pronunciation

mazagran

/ˈmazəɡran/