This product is Australian made and produced by 100% Australian fruit with influence by recipe of Macedonia.
Rakia is a fruit brandy popular in the Balkans. It is widely considered to be а national drink of Macedonia, Albania, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, and Montenegro.
In Macedonia, rakija is generally served with shopska salad, milk salad, pickled vegetables (turshiya) or other salads, which form the first course of the meal.
Another popular way of serving is “cooked” which is heated and sweetened with honey or sugar, with added spices. Heated in large kettles, it is often offered to visitors to various open-air festivities, especially in winter. It is similar to mulled wine, as weaker brands of rakija are used (or stronger ones diluted with water).