Whether you’re in a bar or restaurants, Montenegro offers plenty of local drinks that you’ve never tasted before. The people are quite very interesting and are always ready to help visitors understand and experience their local culture. Here are the most popular drinks in Montenegro to spice up your holiday fun. On top of this list is the Rakija. Like many of their neighbors, the Montenegrins cherish Rakija as they have their own version known as Loza. The drink is made from almost any kind of fruit which is fermented, preserved, and then served with an alcohol content ranging from 40% to 80% or higher. Other varieties that are produced in the country are sljiva, Kruska, and Dunjia. You should give all of them a try and see which one you like best. Interestingly, Rakija is produced in Montenegrin households and consumed during meals, as well as in event and festivals. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!