Jabol (Polish pronunciation: [ˈjabɔl]) is a slang name for a kind of cheap Polish fruit wine that is made from fermented fruit and is bottled at 8% to 18% alcohol by volume. Its name seems to be derived from jabłko, the Polish word for "apple," which it is often made from. Though it is usually fruit flavoured, it can come in other flavours such as chocolate or mint.
It comes in a variety of containers and is sold under a variety of names.
Apart from "jabol" or "jabcok", this beverage has amassed a variety of colourful slang names. Two that are commonly encountered are "sikacz" (a reference to the effect of alcohol on urination) and "siarkofrut" (a reference to the Bobofrut brand of children's fruit juice, as well as to the wine's taste of sulfur, a result from its low-quality production process).
Jabol is produced by several companies and has been drunk by generations of Poles. It is especially popular in Polish punk culture.
Jabol is sold in glass and plastic bottles or cartons (similar to milk or juice cartons). It is priced at about 4.50 PLN (1.60 USD) for a 0.70L bottle. Sometimes a deposit is required on bottles, which is usually 20–30% of the wine price.