Scotch bowls were made to be hung over a fire in order to cook broth or porridge. Both are dishes that need to be stirred constantly which is why they have rounded bottoms and no lids. They were made of cast iron in many different sizes. So far as I know, they are no longer being made.
Scotch neat is a scotch with no ice.
with a bottle of scotch
depends on which scotch you buy
scotch, hop scotch and scotch pancake.
You drink scotch on the rocks with water.
The address of the Scotch Plains Public Library is: 1927 Bartle Avenue, Scotch Plains, 07076 1212
Really, it could be called both. Both are correct.
Scotch is type of whiskey (an alcoholic beverage). The phrase about "a drop of scotch" would be used by someone trying to be cute or coy about their desire to drink some scotch. They are saying (usually insincerely) that they will have a little bit of scotch to drink. It is a convivial phrase for a drink of scotch, usually encountered in an invitation: Will you have a drop of scotch with me? Or it may indicate a small amount added to something: I'll have water with a drop of scotch.
Scotch is a drink not a race of people
Scotch pines are are very strong