For the Kyrgyz, the existence of Kyrgyz traditional drinks was necessary, because it was these drinks that saved the nomads from thirst, and some of the drinks even quenched their hunger when they moved through the mountains, valleys and steppes. The tours with rented cars in Kyrgyzstan have many advantages besides the fact that tourists will travel around a wonderful country, they will also have the opportunity to taste the most unusual Kyrgyz traditional drinks here. To find out about tours with car rent Kyrgyzstan Lexus LX470 service, travelers should contact our responsive managers. In order for travelers to know about the most famous Kyrgyz traditional drinks, we have prepared an article. And here they are:
Kymyz is made from mare's milk. Kyrgyz to make this drink milk the mares for about 1.5 hours. Moreover, in order to taste fresh kymyz, we advise tourists to take rented cars and travel through the pastures of nomads. Traditionally, kymyz is served in leather jugs. This traditional Kyrgyz drink contains healthy vitamins that have medicinal properties.
Maksym and Jarma
The Kyrgyz make this famous drink Maksym or Jarma from such healthy grains as talkan, wheat, which, together with flour, are fried in fat. All this composition is then dipped into water and salt is added and boiled. Then leave this mixture to cool for about 10 hours. This type of drink can be drunk both warm and cold. Travelers are advised to taste Jarma during the tour with car rent Kyrgyzstan Lexus LX470 service, since its composition is natural.
Airan is a fermented milk drink made from cow's milk or a kind of yogurt. Many travelers prefer to use rented cars during the tour and learn from the locals themselves about the processes of making traditional Kyrgyz drinks. For example, airan is made like this: milk is heated, then cooled and fermented for about 8 hours. Remember that Airan is a good thirst quencher.
A very unusual Kyrgyz drink is called Ak Serke. The Kyrgyz make such a drink from 1 liter of beef broth that must be mixed with 200 grams of buttermilk and salt. After mixing these ingredients, they are left warm until to be ready. Taste Ak Serke on the tour and satisfy your hunger.
The most difficult drink among all Kyrgyz traditional drinks to prepare is called Bozo. This traditional drink is prepared locally from natural ingredients such as millet, corn, wheat or rice. When tasting bozo, you can choose strong or less strong.