What is boza? Is it worth trying?

John McCarroll
31 March, 2016

Boza is a fermented millet drink, with a very low or non-existant alcohol content. It's not exactly my style, but a lot of my friends love it. It's certainly worth trying, but really there's no turkish food that's not worth a try, in my opinion. It probably won't become your go-to ottoman-style winter beverage (Because Salep is a million times better), but it might be a pretty good story.

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John McCarroll

Irresponsible anthropologist and fiction writer. Used to be an expat in Istanbul. 

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