Kyrgyz traditional drinks that are of great importance because they helped to quench the thirst and hunger of nomadic ancestors who walked through the mountains, valleys and steppes. Traveling with rented cars in Kyrgyzstan during a tour, tourists have the opportunity to taste the most famous and delicious Kyrgyz traditional drinks. Travelers should also know that traditional Kyrgyz drinks have beneficial properties because they are made from natural products. Just take the tour with car rent Kyrgyzstan Lexus LX470 service and taste these drinks:
The Kyrgyz make this traditional drink from mare's milk that, by the way, is milked for about 1.5 hours. This kind of Kyrgyz traditional drink is often encountered in pastures and served in leather jugs. And also drinking kymyz travelers get a dose of vitamins, because local residents themselves use kymyz for medicinal purposes.
Maksym and Jarma
Travelers have a wide choice when trying traditional Kyrgyz drinks, but Maksim or Jarma are definitely worth trying. Because this type of drink is made from natural grains like talkan and wheat. They also add flour, all these ingredients are fried in fat and then water and salt are added. All this is boiled together and then left to cool for about 10 hours. Jarma is very nutritious and thirst quencher.
Another Kyrgyz traditional drink is known as airan. This traditional drink is made from cow's milk and therefore contains beneficial bacteria. Travelers who want to know more about the drink take the tour with rented cars and go to the residents to see the process: the milk is heated, then cooled and fermented for about 8 hours. The drink resembles yogurt and is a good thirst quencher.
This traditional drink in Kyrgyzstan is made from 1 liter of beef broth and needs to be mixed with 200 grams of buttermilk and salt. Well, and then leave the whole mixture in a warm place. Travel around the state with car rent Kyrgyzstan Lexus LX470 service and satisfy your hunger by enjoying this type among Kyrgyz traditional drinks.
Bozo is a difficult drink to prepare, and by the way, a drink is prepared exclusively from natural ingredients like millet, corn, wheat or rice. Among the locals, it is known as a low alcohol drink and therefore you can taste a strong or less strong bozo.