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Traditional nomadic thirst-quenchers


Traditional Kyrgyz drinks were relied on by nomads traversing mountains, valleys, and steppes. In this circumstance, the drinks are both nutritious and enjoyable. They're also healthy and natural. A car rental tour to Kyrgyzstan would be incomplete if you did not try some of the native drinks.

Kymyz
It is made from mare's milk and is valued by Kyrgyz people. During lactation, mares produce milk in around 1.5 hours. In the desert, this drink is served in leather containers and sacks. In addition to its flavor, many people link the kymyz's features with a specific number of vitamins.

Maksym and Jarma
Maksym is traditionally made with flour and talkan in oil (wheat grain). Visitors may observe how locals add water, salt, and cook cereals for a specific amount of time before letting them to cool for around 10 hours as part of the tour. Jarma is a nutrient-dense spice that may be consumed hot or cold. You can also drink it if you're thirsty.

Airan
Airan is another traditional cow's milk drink. This beverage contains beneficial microbes. If you rent a Lexus LX470 in Kyrgyzstan and go on a tour, you can see how milk is fermented. This is an excellent drink for quenching your thirst.

Ak serke
Another well-known beef broth drink is ak serke. To make the "preparation," combine one liter of chicken broth and one teaspoon of salt. Allow the water to warm up before you begin. Visitors who rent a car in Kyrgyzstan and are hungry may end up eating the car and forgetting about their hunger.

Bozo
Bozo is one of the most difficult drinks to create due to the large amount of ingredients. Natural food chain components that may be ingested include millet, maize, wheat, and rice. Locals have the option of choosing between two types of bozo: strong and light, both of which are mild and tasty. In Kyrgyzstan, however, anyone may do whatever they want whether on a tour or renting a car.

 

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