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Balkan alcoholic drinks

The most common traditional drink in Serbia is still Rakija. A large number of people bake Rakija at home which is highly valued by friends and acquaintances. This strong drink is even used for medical purposes, as a prophylactic against colds. A small glass of rakija will be happily offered at any Serbian monastery. It will provide you with freshness and cheerfulness for the whole day. And it's also a tradition!

The most popular types of Rakija:

Slivovitz (plum)

Viljamovka (pear)

Dunja (quince)

Kisia (apricot)

Loza (from grapes)

Jabukovac (from Apple)

Pelinkovac (wormwood liqueur, milder than absinthe)


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