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Altai Phytobalms for Better Health
Altai with its mountain beauty and bountiful wildlife is a unique region of Russia.
--23-11-2020--
Russian Drinks to Boost Immunity
Has traditional Russian cuisine anything in store for improving immunity and stamina in these challenging times of Covid?
--10-11-2020--
Healthful Benefits of Traditional Russian Cuisine
Authentic Russian cuisine is not only tasty, but also healthy.
--31-10-2020--
Syrniki Traditional Russian Curd Fritters Recipe and Tips
Syrniki, i.e. curd fritters, which are in the worlds Top 25 desserts, are among the most popular traditional dishes of Russian cuisine. Learn with us how to make them: find the classical recipe and tips and tricks here.
--10-01-2019--
Mead aka Medovukha Russian Honey Wine
According to the old yeast-free technology, the honey drink had to be aged for decades in oak barrels placed in glaciers and cellars or buried in the ground. Back then, no holiday was complete without this sweet exhilarating drink.
--26-10-2018--
Top 5 Native Russian Drinks You Should Try
Nearly all national Russian drinks are unique and cannot be found in the cuisines of other countries. When you explore Russia, be sure to try kvass, kissel, sbiten, mead and vodka.
--09-10-2018--
Kvass
Traditional Russian kvass is one of the best refreshing and most natural soft drinks. The very word kvass is undoubtedly of Russian origin and means sour drink, or fermented drink. Though it is pungent rather than sour. Kvass based on bread fermentation has been a traditional drink for many centuries for Russians.
--06-07-2011--
Sbiten Old Russian Honey Herbal Drink
Sbiten was especially popular in winter time or in dank and cold weather and was very helpful against catching a cold or some other infirmity. It was also well-known for curing melancholy. Hot tropical spices and hot sweetness of sbiten inspire vivacity and festive joy.
--25-01-2011--
Samovar Russian Tea Machine
The Samovar the Russian tea machine, as it was referred to in Western Europe stands out against all other water-heating devices.
--28-08-2011--
Russian Drunkenness
Everywhere we hear statements that Russians are the nation most intemperate in using of alcoholic drinks and it was allegedly like that from time immemorial. Often we, the Russians, also repeat the affirmations about the "historical predisposition" of Russians to alcohol. However, the history of Russia refutes this myth.
--28-08-2011--
Russian Vodka
Vodka has long become quite an independent and self-sufficient personage of Russian culture: there are jokes and songs, books and research works on this hot subject. Majority of foreigners have an image of vodka imprinted in their minds as the foremost symbol of Russia (along with Bear and Martyoshka).
--28-08-2011--
Russian Drinks What Are They?
The first thing that crosses ones mind when speaking about Russian drinks is certainly vodka. Yet, as a matter of fact, long before vodka there were no less popular drinks in Old Rus. As for vodka, it came to Russia via Lithuania where it was brought by the Genoese from their colony in the Crimea. Actually it did not happen until the mid 14th century. So vodka is another story.
--28-08-2011--


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Independent Coffee Festival
From February 17 to March 1, 2020, five Moscow coffee houses are holding a coffee festival.
--21-02-2020--
Shall Venezuelan Cocuy to Become a Rival to Russian vodka?
Venezuela has offered to supply its national alcoholic drink cocuy into Russia, which is produced from stem of local agave. Chavez is sure that cocuy can compete with vodka.
--11-10-2011--





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