Milk wine refers to one of Mongolia's dairy products This beverage is made with any type of milk, the most valuable and famous made from horse milk. To make Milk wine, the Mongolians use raw milk put into a wooden barrel or porcelain jar. There it is allowed to ferment and separate itself from the fat. This fermented milk without its top layer of fat is transferred to a pot equipped with a distillation devise. This is usually a bucket of cold water placed above two brick jars covered and insulated with towels The heat under the pot is kept at a high temperature, the evaporated alcohol condensing underneath the cold water bucket where it drips into the prepared brick jars. The most expensive Horse Milk wine is fermented and distilled six times. It tastes sour, sweet, and slightly bitter all at the same time.