Rakia is the collective term for fruit brandy popular in the Balkans. Bulgarians use grapes, plums, berries and more to make this fruity brandy and usually make their own Rakia at home. The alcohol content of rakia is very high. It is around 40%.
Kebapche is a Bulgarian dish of grilled minced meat with spices. It is rolled into a long sausage-like roll. Typically, a mix of pork and beef is used, although some recipes involve only pork. Kebapche is a grilled food. It is never fried or baked. It is served with grated sirene cheese.