The god of household and hospitality – Radgost, meaning “dear guest” – is related to the Serbian slava tradition – an annual feast, where family, relatives and friends gather to celebrate the family’s patron saint. As the legend goes, Radgost would serve bannock and a divine elixir in order to connect people, and bring joy to the table.
And even today, rakia brings people together. While we make it and when we enjoy it – we do it together. That spirit of togetherness is instilled in every single drop of our high quality rakia.
Following the old recipe, we use only the ripest hand-picked plums without the pits. In order to give it extra strength and character, the rakia is distilled twice.
It has a strong, warm and fruity taste, that revives the spirits of yore, and inspires you on your way forward.