Balkan Moonshine. Rakia or Rakija is the collective term for fruit brandy popular in Central Europe and Southeast Europe. The alcohol content of rakia is normally 40% ABV, but home-produced rakia can be stronger (typically 50%).
Fruit brandies are commonly known as Rakia in Greece (Ρακί, Ρακή [raˈci], or Τσικουδιά/Tsikoudia, [t͜sikuˈðʝa]), Bulgaria (ракия), Croatia (rakija), Bosnia and Herzegovina (ракија/rakija), Albania (rakia), Macedonia (ракија), Serbia (ракија/rakija [ˈrǎkija]), Montenegro (ракија/rakija). In Slovenia, it is known as sadjevec or šnops. In Romania, the terms ţuică and palincă are used over rachiu, răchie. In Central Europe, it is known as "pálenka" in Poland, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic and pálinka ([ˈpaːliŋkɒ]) in Hungary.
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