Its name means 'alcohol vapor' in Judeo-Tunisian Arabic. It is obtained by simple distillation of Mediterranean figs. Its alcohol percentage ranges between 36 and 40 percent.
Boukha can be consumed straight at room temperature or cold, or serve as the basis for cocktails and for fruit salad.
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