Boza-Beer- بيرة الشعير او القمح
It is a malt drink, made from maize (corn) and wheat in Albania, fermented wheat in Turkey and wheat or millet in Bulgaria and Romaniaand has a thick consistency and a low alcohol content (usually around 1%%), and has a slightly acidic sweet flavor.
Depending on the cereals used in the fermentation process, the flavor of boza will differ.
Boza is a beverage made in several countries in Middle Eastern, and Eastern European countries. The flavors and colors will vary depending on the country of origin and the cereals used in producing boza.
Selecting and Buying
Preparation and Use
There are a variety of ways to drink boza;
Turkish style - topped with cinnamon and served with roasted chickpeas.
Most often boza is served in a glass or cup straight from the bottle.
One liter of boza has one thousand caloires, four types of vitamins A and B, and vitamin E.
Conserving and Storing
Keep Boza in a cool, dry place to prevent spoilage.