Belgrade diaries - drinks


In the heart of the former Yugoslavia lies an old tradition still quite unknown to the rest of the world: rakija (pronounced RA KEE YA). Rakija is the Serbo-Croatian name given to an alcoholic drink made from the distillation of fermented fruit. It is a clear-as-water kind of drink, with a percentage of alcohol that can range from approximately 40% to 65%.

Vinjak is a brand of brandy produced by the Serbian company Rubin


Serbian coffee

Filipa Figueira

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