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Tradicionalna pića u Crnoj Gori

O bogatstvu i raznolikosti ukusa i mirisa koja nude tradicionalna jela i pića u Crnoj Gori vjerovatno ste već čuli.

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Hrana

Već smo pisali o hrani u Crnoj Gori ovdje. Ukoliko ste prvi put u Crnoj Gori, obavezno je da probate neki od ovih mesnih proizvoda: crnogorsku goveđu pršutu, Njegušku pršutu, kastradinu, Njegušku kobasicu, sudžuk, svježe jagnjeće i ovčije meso, zatop itd.
Ako više volite ribu, probajte sušenu ukljevu i dimljeni krap.
Ako ste ljubitelji mliječnih proizvoda, izdvajamo Pljevaljski sir, Kolašinski lisnati sir, Njeguški sir, prljo sir i Durmitorski skorup.

Tu su i tradicionalni specijaliteti: kačamak, kuvani raštan, cicvara, priganice, puno vrsta pita, paste itd.
Nezaobilazna hrana u Crnoj Gori su i med i maslinovo ulje.
Za ljubitelje slatkog tu su i tradicionalni deserti: priganice, baklave, tulumbe, džemovi, slatke krofne itd.

Par interesantnih publikacija o hrani u Crnoj Gori:
Atlas tipične hrane iz Crne Gore pogledajte ovdje.
Tradicionalna jela planinskog područja Crne Gore možete pogledati ovdje.
Arome i ukuse Crne Gore možete pogledati ovdje.

Pića

Što se alkoholnih pića tiče, vjerovatno ste već čuli za crnogorska vina, rakije i piva, tradicionalna pića u Crnoj Gori.

Rakija

Rakija

Jedan od običaja u Crnoj Gori je da se odmah ujutro na prazan stomak popije jedna domaća rakija, „za bolju cirkulaciju.“
Rakija je i piće dobrodošlice, aperitiv, ali i piće koje se pije u skoro svim prilikama.
Od domaćih rakija tu su loza, šljiva, jabukovača, kruška, dunja itd. Zavisno od kojeg se voća pravi rakija. Skoro svako ko ima svoj voćnjak u Crnoj Gori pravi rakiju.

Jabuke – Apples

Vino

Što se vina tiče, Crna Gora je idealno podneblje za vinogradarstvo. Posebno je povoljan region oko Skadarskog jezera. Otuda i veliki broj vinarija u Crnoj Gori.
Istorija vinogradarstva je veoma duga u Crnoj Gori, čak iz perioda prije Rimskog carstva. Crna Gora ima jedan od najvećih i najljepših vinograda u Evropi, Ćemovsko polje, površine 2.300 hektara, sa oko 10 miliona čokota. Crna Gora je postojbina za 33 unikatne sorte vinove loze. U Crnoj Gori uspješno se gaje autohtone, kao i svjetski poznate sorte vinove loze.
Dominira sorta vranac kao nacionalni ponos Crne Gore. Kratošija je najstarija sorta koja se gajila u Crnoj Gori. Krstač je bijela autohtona sorta, kao i žižak.
Od svjetskih sorti tu su npr., bijele, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc i Pinot Blanc. Crvene sorte su Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Marselan, Petit verdot itd.

Pivo

Sigurno ste čuli za Nikšićko pivo. Proizvodi se u pivari koja je počela sa radom 1896. godine. Od tada je osvojila najveće svjetske nagrade za kvalitet. U proizvodnji piva koriste se četiri osnovne sirovine: voda, ječmeni slad, hmelj i kvasac. Proces se odvija u dvije glavne faze: proizvodnja sladovine i proizvodnja piva.
Pored Nikšićke pivare danas postoji veliki broj malih kraft pivara u Crnoj Gori.

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Medovina

U Crnoj Gori možete probati i medovinu.  
To je vino od meda i najverovatnije je jedno od najstarijih alkoholnih pića koje je čovek konzumirao. Medovina je prirodni antibiotik. Takođe, popravlja krvnu sliku, poboljšava apetit i usporava starenje organizma.

Bezalkoholna pića

Ukoliko volite bezalkoholna pića u Crnoj Gori probajte domaće kisjelo mlijeko, jogurt, surutku, jardum od ovčjeg mlijeka ili bozu.


Traditional drinks in Montenegro

You have probably already heard about the richness and variety of traditional drinks in Montenegrin dishes and drinks that you can enjoy with all your senses.

Food

We have already written about food in Montenegro here. When you are in Montenegro for the first time, you should definitely try some of these meat products: Montenegrin beef prosciutto, Montenegrin ham prosciutto, Montenegrin dried and smoked sheep meat, Njegusi prosciutto, dried goat and sheep meat, flour sausage, Njeguska sausage, Beef sausage, fresh sheep and lamb meat etc.

If you prefer fish, try dried Skadar Lake bleak and smoked carp.
Also, if you are a fan of dairy products, we recommend Pljevlja cheese, Kolasin layered cheese, Njeguski cheese, Prljo cheese and Durmitor skorup – salted milk cream or “old kajmak”.

There are also traditional specialties: porridge with potatoes, cabbage stew – raštan, cicvara – porridge, priganice – fried dough, many types of pies, traditional freshwater fish specialties, pasta, etc.
Inevitable foods in Montenegro are honey and Montenegrin olive oil.
For sweet lovers, there are also traditional desserts: baklava, tulumba, jams, sweet donuts, etc.

Atlas of typical food from Montenegro you can see here.

Drinks

As for alcoholic beverages, you have probably already heard of Montenegrin wines, brandies and beers.

Rakija – Brandy

One of the customs in Montenegro is to drink a homemade brandy on an empty stomach in the morning, “for better circulation.”

Brandy is also a welcome drink, an aperitif, but also a drink that is drunk on almost all occasions.

Plum preparing for rakija- Priprema šljive za rakiju

From domestic brandies there are brandies from grapes, plum, apple, pear, quince, etc. Depending on which fruit the brandy is made from. Almost everyone who has their own orchard in Montenegro makes brandy.

Wines

As far as wine is concerned, Montenegro is an ideal climate for viticulture. The region around Skadar Lake is especially favorable. Hence the large number of wineries.

The history of viticulture is very long in Montenegro, even from the period before the Roman Empire. Montenegro has one of the largest and most beautiful vineyards in Europe, Ćemovsko polje, with an area of ​​2,300 hectares, with about 10 million vines. Montenegro is home to 33 unique grape varieties. Indigenous and world-famous grape varieties are successfully grown in Montenegro.

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The Vranac variety dominates as the national pride of Montenegro.

Kratošija is the oldest variety grown in Montenegro.

Krstač is a white indigenous variety, as well as žižak.

Among the world varieties there are, for example, white, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Blanc. Red varieties are Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Marseille and Petit Verdot, etc.

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Beer

You must have heard of Nikšić beer. It is produced in a brewery that started working in 1896. Since then, it has won the world’s highest quality awards. Four basic raw materials are used in beer production: water, barley malt, hops and yeast. The process takes place in two main phases: malt production and beer production.

Aside Niksic Brewery, there are a large number of small craft breweries in Montenegro today.

Mead

You can also try mead in Montenegro.

Mead is a wine made of honey and is probably one of the oldest alcoholic beverages consumed by man. It is a natural antibiotic. It also improves the blood picture, improves appetite and slows down the aging of the organism.

Non-alcoholic beverages

If you like soft drinks in Montenegro, try homemade sour milk, yogurt, whey, sheep’s milk yard or boza.

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