Kyrgyz traditional drinks
Drinks, of course, played an important role in the life of the nomadic ancestors of the Kyrgyz people, since they moved through the mountains, valleys and steppes and needed something to quench their thirst. During the tour with rented cars, travelers have the opportunity to taste these unique Kyrgyz traditional drinks, which are healthy and natural in composition. In this article, travelers who are going to go to the tours by car rent Kyrgyzstan Lexus will be able to get acquainted with the main Kyrgyz traditional drinks.
Kymyz is Kyrgyz traditional drinks made from mare's milk, which is then fermented. Interestingly, in order to get milk, it is necessary to milk the mares for about 1.5 hours. This drink is very popular in Kyrgyzstan and can often be found in the pastures of nomads in the summer, they are usually served in leather jugs. Kymyz contains not a small amount of useful vitamins.
Maksym and Jarma
This is also from a number of Kyrgyz traditional drinks, which is made on a wheat basis, namely from talkan and flour, fried in fat. Travelers during the tour with rented cars can ask local residents about the process of making this drink as Maksym or Jarma, and sometimes even see this process. Usually it is prepared so that water, salt is added and the cereal is boiled for a certain time, and then left to cool for 10 hours. Jarma can be drunk both warm and cold, this drink, like many other Kyrgyz traditional drinks, contains many creeping vitamins and quenches thirst well.
Ayran is Kyrgyz traditional drinks that resembles yogurt. Ayran is made from a cow drink, first they take milk and heat it, and then it is cooled and fermented for about 8 hours.
Unusual Kyrgyz traditional drinks made from one liter of beef broth, with 200 grams of buttermilk and salt. Then, after mixing the ingredients, the drink is left warm. During the tour with car rent Kyrgyzstan Lexus, travelers having tasted this drink can understand that it has the ability to satisfy hunger.
Bozo is Kyrgyz traditional drinks from a range of low-alcoholic drinks. It is also noted that this drink has a complex preparation process. The composition uses only natural ingredients such as millet, corn, wheat or rice. Travelers can enjoy bozo, strong or weak on request during the tour. Bozo is a delicious drink.