A Bornholm dram - over 100 years old - originally in the "no recipe left" category. Police officer Axel Nibe from Nexø, however, kept an eye on the whole thing in 1909, but only revealed the story in 1964: "Brændehandel og skibsproviantering H. S. Munch produced "ejn søder sup" (a sweet drink), which gave its name to the refreshment breaks during the ships' haul-out. When the slime was smeared with soap, the thirsty necks also got their "blødda", and hence the name sevablødda which is Bornholm and means to soften soap. The content is composed of many equal parts delicate spirit, and "Dænj ska drkkes te enj kanj saj Sevablødda ræjtit. When one cannot saj'ed more, enj shall la varra."