Mastika refers to one of the quite popular drinks from Bulgaria. Mastika (???????) (47% vol), is a drink closely related to Greek Ouzo and Turkish Raki. It is usually drunk with ice, with water in a 1:1 mixture or with peppermint liqueur, called Oblak (cloud).

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