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Royal Heritage Liqueur makes liqueurs that are based on recipes created by royal families from Rajasthan. There were many small kingdoms in Rajasthan until Indian independence in 1947, and each had their own recipes for liqueurs based on herbs and spices such as saffron. A bitter concoction made with dates, herbs, and spices that one participant in the seminar likened to Cynar. You can drink it straight or with soda - it has a great bitter flavor that evaporates cleanly from your tongue.
It is a local fermented rice beer famous in the states of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. The rice is roasted until it burns black, then it's allowed to ferment. It's preserved with Bhoot Jolokia pepper, one of the hottest chiles in the world. Apong is served at room temperature, and it's sweet, malty, spicy, and "pretty potent".
It's a special type of rice beer from Assam generally served in traditional brass utensils.