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Sirkencubin

A beloved libation of the whirling dervish lodges, Sirkencubin (pronounced sirkenjubin) is made by combining vinegar, honey, and water.  In fact, its name comes from the combination of two Persian words, “serke” (vinegar) and “angabin” (honey). Sirkencubin is still a drink consumed primarily in dervish lodges, where it is offered to guests at ceremonies to commemorate Rumi.
 

Ingredients:
 

4 teaspoons of honey

4 teaspoons of wine vinegar

4 cups of water
 

Preparation:
 

Combine vinegar, honey and water in the same receptacle.


This delicious drink contains digestive and detox effects, and can also be used as a salad dressing.