The boza makers operating in the Hagia Sophia Bazaar, Horse Square, Kadırga Port, Aksaray and its surroundings would reinforce the Ottoman army with their boza that gave warmth and satiety at the time of the campaign. The date when Boza found its former reputation is the beginning of the 19th century.
Sarayishi Bozalık, which takes its form from the large silver forms called “bozalık” used by the Ottoman palace people for presentation, was designed with inspiration from a 19th century Bozalık with Istanbul work roses.
Sarayiş Bozalık is made of hand-made glass and all the relief patterns on it are handcrafted and decorated using platinum gilding. The cover with flower motifs is made of silver plated material with brass inlaid workmanship.
Its production is limited to 2,000 pieces.