Rakia

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In Bulgaria, drinking is part of the local culture. Like many other countries, these people have their own ways of making drinks and getting it ready for you to enjoy. They take mineral water as well as wine, along with other unique drinks you’re about to find out. Bulgarian’s own brandy, Rakia, is one of the most popular drinks you would find in the country. What makes this drink really special is the fact that it can be made from any type of fruits, like plum, apple, cherry, apricot, and peach. All of these varieties are traditionally loved by the people and can be made from home or taken in the bar. However, the most popular of all the Grape Rakia and Rose Rakia both of which are regarded as abundantly important and valuable. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Ayran

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During the summer days, tourists always need to keep themselves cool during the day. One of the best ways locals enjoy their summer afternoon is with a cup of Ayran. Its Bulgarian style yogurt made from milk with added salt to taste and served in public places. Aryan is usually served chilled, and many people feel it’s refreshing to taste. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Elderberry Juice

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If you’re lucky enough to find yourself in the Bulgarian villages, a lot awaits you, including the Elderberry Juice. The drink which is very popular in the country is made from black elderberry bushes which can be found in abundance, in the village. What makes this drink a good option is because of the mix of sweet and tart taste and the health benefits you get from drinking it. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Boza

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Having a special drink that goes with the daily meal is something that the Bulgarians considered very seriously. Boza is a drink that can be found on breakfast tables and usually taken after a meal. It is made from Cheese Banista, wheat, millet, and rye, and contains at least 5% alcohol. It goes with all types of Bulgarian meals, so you need to give it a try. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!

Bulgarian Wine

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Grape growing is very popular in Bulgaria, going back hundreds of years ago. There are vineyards everywhere as locals love to make their own wine, with grape and wine varieties from different parts or regions. Bulgaria is one of the biggest exporters of wine in the world with a characteristic peculiar wine type that is loved by locals and in different parts of the world. Some of the most popular wine types you can find in the country include Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Muscatel and Pamid, all of which are grown in the country and exported to the world. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!