Definition of mastika in US English:

mastika

(also masticha, mastica)

noun

  • An alcoholic liquor made from grain spirit or brandy flavoured with mastic gum, produced in Greece and elsewhere in the eastern Mediterranean.

Origin

Late 19th century. From modern Greek μαστίχα spirits or a sweet flavoured with mastic from μαστίχι mastic from ancient Greek μαστίχη.

Pronunciation

mastika

/maˈstiːkə/