Saki Raki Siyah Üzüm
Saki Raki Siyah Üzüm (Siyah Üzüm means black grapes) is made from red grapes that ripen in special "tannin tanks" to bring out the special taste. The carefully selected grapes are first distilled in copper kettles using a particularly elaborate distillation process and then macerated with aniseed from Cesme.
The raki is then filtered 10 times and then rests for another 10 months before it is bottled. The dark grapes and the elaborate manufacturing process give the raki a special flavor.
The name Sâki is a term for the person at the table who offers and distributes the alcohol. Usually the oldest person in the group is selected for this, or else he or she transfers the task to someone else.
Saki Raki is produced by a young company that only completed its production facilities in 2012. In a traditional production process, high-quality and state-of-the-art technology is used to give the raki an incomparable taste and to guarantee the highest quality standards.