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"Rav still makes good tihaar. Best painkiller there is."
Kal Skirata[src]

Tihaar was a colorless alcohol spirit, made by members of the Mandalorian culture.[1] Clear,[3] and typically triple distilled, tihaar had a high alcohol content and strong taste[4] that often burned the mouth and throat when ingested.[5] Mandalorian folk humor claimed that the potent tihaar could be used for degreasing engine parts.[4] Tihaar could be made from any fruit that was readily available,[1] including the likes of jewel-fruit[2] or Mandalore's own varos fruit. Every tihaar was different, taking on the flavor of whatever fruit had been used to distill it.[3]

Mandalorian soldier Rav Bralor was a distiller of tihaar, favoring the use of small red fruit in its production.[5] Five-liter containers of tihaar could be purchased in the marketplace of the town of Enceri on the planet Mandalore.[4] During his time on Kamino, Mandalorian Cuy'val Dar training sergeant Kal Skirata took to drinking a glass of tihaar every night to help him get to sleep;[2] Skirata's supply of tihaar was shipped to Kamino by Mand'alor Jango Fett, template for the clone army in production on Kamino, aboard his starship Slave I.[4] Because of his years on Kamino, Skirata developed a taste for tihaar, drinking it during family meals,[5] and during a meeting with the post-Clone Wars Mand'alor, Fenn Shysa.[3]

Behind the scenesEdit

Tihaar was first introduced to Star Wars canon with an unnamed mention in the 2004 novel, Republic Commando: Hard Contact by author Karen Traviss. The drink again featured and was named in Triple Zero, Hard Contact's sequel, and the second entry in Traviss' Republic and Imperial Commando series. Thereafter, tihaar came to appear in every subsequent entry into the series, including True Colors, Order 66, and Imperial Commando: 501st. Traviss' Star Wars Insider article, The Mandalorians: People and Culture, also provided information about tihaar, comparing the drink to a eau de vie, or fruit brandy.

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