@flavigula yes, indeed, in slovene:
Water = voda.
Small water = vodka (but it is never used in that sense really - perhaps more 'vodika').
So you like Vodka?
It's a stereotype for Russians, but since Slovenia is more close to Serbia and Balkan countries, a common alc spirit here is 'rakija' (really properly Slovene is sadjevec (literally fruit-brandy) or šnopc (comes from German schnaps)) usually made from plums.
My SO is half-Bosnian, so... it's rakija at home.
I lived in Prague 8 years and in Tuzla nearly one. I don't do hard alcohol anymore, but I know rakija, similar to slivovice. Fun stuff. I need to go to Ljubljana again sometime. Beautiful place.
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