Nalewki (Polish liqueurs) are alcoholic extracts from fruit, spices, flowers or herbs. Usually nalewki contain 40-45 per cent alcohol just like vodka does. Unlike ordinary liqueurs, nalewki are usually aged. Their proper names are usually derived from the main ingredient or the traditional place of manufacture. Fruit liqueurs are most popular (morello cherry, apricot, blackberries and quince are important examples). Honey liqueurs are also popular.