Palinca refers to Romania's strongest alcoholic drink which contains 60% pure alcohol, stronger than the popular Tuica, with only 40% alcohol content. Many Romanians living in rural areas produce these two (2) alcohol drinks by themselves at home, but there are also plenty of companies that have such drinks in their product portfolio.

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