Tekirdag Raki No 10 0,7l
Terkirdag No.10 takes its name from a copper boiler in the first production facility in Diyarbakir. The copper kettle No.10. It is the first raki to be distilled in only one vessel (three times) and has won many awards over time. Over the years, the special still has become a household name for rakis. Tekirdag Raki is a village in Thrace on the Sea of Marmara, and is very well known as a traditional wine-growing region. Raki is usually drunk on ice as an aperitif mixed with water. When mixed with water, the insoluble oils of the anise form tiny droplets that cause the milky cloudiness. Because of this effect, the Turks also call Raki "lion milk" ("aslan sütü").
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