Zaric Opsesija is unique of its kind and quality raspberry rakija. While drinking this rakija, one feels not only the aroma and taste of the raspberry itself but also its seeds.
20 kilograms of raspberry are used for the production of a single bottle (0.7l) of this raspberry rakija. This rakija, just like all other products of Zaric, is produced with a cutting age, state of the art technology combined with a lot of professional know-how.
Its unique and very special taste makes serving it along with food very difficult, due to the probability of harming the unique and gentle aroma and taste of raspberry. It is especially suitable to be served as both, an aperitif and a digestif. It would also fit light, not intense in aroma and taste deserts.
40% alcohol / volume
"Opsesija" (Obsession). This is an excellent and luxurious top quality rakija (brandy) made of ripe and healthy raspberry fruits. A characteristic recipe, careful selection of fruits and special fermentation and distillation procedures to preserve a characteristic flavour of this fruit make this rakija (brandy) unique.
Twenty kilograms of carefully selected raspberry fruits is needed for the production of one litre of this exclusive rakija (brandy). A sensitive fruit, resistant to the classical baking process, does not lose its characteristic flavour due to our special technology which carefully emphasizes It. Thermal processing isolates and preserves the flavour so that the produced rakija (brandy) should not be coloured, and to keep the characteristic fragrance and flavour of perfect fresh fruits in total.
In the final result, our bottle with the name that makes the impression to the senses, "Obsession” expands the classical idea of understanding rakija (brandy).
"Obsession" is colourless and crystal-clear. The fragrance brings the full and tender, well-developed smell of raspberry. The flavour is impressive, with a sophisticated, harmonious and long-lasting final touch. It is served at room temperature or cooled down to cellar temperature at maximum and no less than 15 degrees. It is usually served as an aperitif, and it may be served at the end of a meal, with fruits and desserts. It has been used as a base of different refreshment cocktails.