Kyrgyz traditional drinks

Kyrgyz traditional drinks were necessary for nomads who moved through the mountains, valleys and steppes, as they had to quickly either quench their thirst or satisfy their hunger. Therefore, we inform travelers that during a tour with rented cars in Kyrgyzstan, you will be convinced that Kyrgyz traditional drinks are hearty and tasty. Moreover, the main advantages of Kyrgyz traditional drinks are that they are made from natural products and consequently contain a lot of useful vitamins. Our team wants to inform those tourists who are going to travel around Kyrgyzstan through our tours with car rent Kyrgyzstan Lexus LX470 service about the most basic Kyrgyz traditional drinks. 

This is a Kyrgyz fermented milk drink. It is made from mare's milk that by the way needs to be milked for about 1.5 hours. To taste fresh kymyz our team always advises travelers during the tour to take rented cars and go to the pastures, whose residents very often serve this kind of Kyrgyz traditional drinks in a leather jug. Kymyz is delicious and has beneficial properties.

Maksym and Jarma
This type of Kyrgyz traditional drinks called Maksim or the Kyrgyz usually make Jarma from talkan, like cereal from wheat, flour, and all these components are fried in fat. Today, traveling around the area with car rent Kyrgyzstan Lexus LX470 service, foreigners are interested in the process of making this drink and they can see it, for example, how local residents add water, salt and cereal to prepare Jarma for a certain time, and then leave it to cool for about 10 hours. Maksym or Jarma also has its own beneficial properties for organism and can be drunk both warm and cold.

Another type of traditional Kyrgyz drink is airan, a fermented milk drink reminiscent of yogurt. Especially for those who love products containing beneficial bacteria, airan will be definitely liked. In order to learn about the drink and also to taste it, travelers can take rented cars and visit local residents to see that for the preparation of airan, milk is first heated, then cooled and fermented for about 8 hours. They often drink airan to quench their thirst.

Ak Serke
Another well-known drink made from beef broth is Ak Serke. This drink has a very interesting composition: 1 liter of beef broth, which must be mixed with 200 grams of buttermilk and salt. Then, after mixing the ingredients, the drink is left in a warm place for full readiness. Ak Serke has the property of satisfying hunger.

It is from the number of natural, Kyrgyz traditional drinks. To make bozo, take such basic ingredients as millet, corn, wheat or rice. It is considered a light alcohol drink. Those traveling in the country with car rent Kyrgyzstan Lexus LX470 service while on the tour will be able to taste this drink; it is also good for the human body.

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