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To make sense of the title! Never heard that name for it before: do you know the origin?
Geoffrey Grigson in his book The Englishman's Flora, says that the Yellow water-lilly is called Brandy Bottle because it said to smell of stale brandy dregs, although he thinks its scent is more like stale sweet white wine dregs.
Personally, I can't comment on the scent, as I've never be close enough to Yellow water-lilly flower to sample its perfume. Perhaps someone else has experience of its smell and can offer an opinion.
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looks like Male Common Blue Damselfly in 1st pic.