10 Of The Weirdest European Liquors Of All Time
Fun fact: this Bulgarian drink is actually where the term “booze” came from. Extremely low on alcohol percentage, this fermented wheat malt beverage is generally consumed during breakfast.
There’s over 40 different herbs and spices packed into this Hungarian liqueur. It’s generally served before meals to stimulate the appetite. In the US, it was rebranded as “Zwack” and it has an easier-drinking citrus flavor added.