Rakia or Rakija (pronounced rah-key-ya) is the collective term for fruit brandy
popular in Eastern Europe. The alcohol content of rakia is normally 40% ABV, but
Rakia is as rooted in Bulgarian history and existence as is bourbon in American.
It has aided the nation in surviving its hardest years and has helped bring many ...
Rakia. Extremely strong alcoholic drink made BY bulgarians FOR bulgarians.
One shot is enough to raise your forehead temperature several times. Known
Sep 29, 2013 ... Rakia: Bulgaria's national treasure made from fruit and weighing in at 190 proof.
Rakia Bar is globally unique bar concept in which the finest fruit distillates are
always served with creative, expertly paired food, in a contemporary setting that
Dec 26, 2011 ... Rakia is the traditional spirit distilled by thousands, if not millions of Bulgarian
people every year. Traditional Rakia is essentially home made ...
You must have heard of Rakia (or Rakija) at one point in your life, if not it is a
extremely popular fruit brandy among South Slavs. Dubbed as a South Slavic ...
Jan 10, 2013 ... Ракия (Rakia). Bulgarian moonshine. Firewater. White lightning. Whatever you
call it, it's the lifeblood of Bulgaria. It brings people together and ...
I documented 2015 in written words, moving pictures and the occasional original
sound. Presented to you as mostly unedited, raw material, this electronic ...
Jan 9, 2013 ... A short video on how to make Bulgarian rakia. For more detailed step-by-step
instructions, go here: ...