Rakija is the collective term for fruit brandy in South-Eastern Europe. 'Rakiain Albania, 'Rakija' in Bosnia & Herzegovina'Rakiya' in Bulgaria, 'Rakija' in North Macedonia, Croatia and Serbia. In Summer, Rakija is served ice-cold whilst in winter it is served 'cooked' (heated and sweetened with sugar or honey). The most common flavours include Slijvovica (produced from plums) and Kajsija (produced from Apricots). Other varieties are produced from peaches, apples, pears, cherries, figs, blackberries and quince