Syrupy liquor made from native Capraen plants. It is customarily mixed with water and mint.
Cucho is one of the main exports of Capraen settlement of Mnajdra. The spirit has a very strong taste and alcohol content. Given Cucho’s syrupy viscosity drinking it can be quite abrasive to the throats of the uninitiated.
Cucho is often used by noble and mercantile parties to seal compacts, contracts and other honored deals.