Rakija (Cyrillic: Ракија) is one of the most popular alcoholic drinks in Balkan. It is the national drink of Serbia. Serbia is the world's largest rakija producer and drinks more rakija per capita than any other country. In Serbia and Bosnia there are 10,000 private producers of rakia. 2,000 are on the official register and only about a hundred cellars produce high-quality brandy.In 2007, the European Union awarded Serbia with trademarks for five different rakia brands (Šljivovica, Dunjevača, Medovača, Kruškovača and Jabukovača) making it the only country to have any trademarks for rakija brands.