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Souvenirs From Georgia

Are you wondering what to bring from Georgia? Here are some suggestions. If have suggestions for other nice souvenirs do not hesitate to send us an email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

kantsi churchkhela georgian wine
a traditional Georgian drinking horn which is one of the most famous drinking vessels for the supra (traditional Georgian feast). Everyone who travels to Georgia should try delicious Georgian wine and Chacha (pomace brandy). Kantsi can be a great way to remind you about those moments in Georgia once you are back home. a traditional Georgian sausage-shaped candy. Different types of nuts are threaded onto a string, dipped in a grape juice or fruit juices and dried. this is something we do not have to advertise. Whoever was in Georgia or is thinking about visiting knows that there is a reason why their wine is so famous. Georgia is the oldest wine region in the world and has over 500 species of grapes therefore everyone can find something that suit their taste.

Georgian Brandy (Cognac) Georgian Chacha Panduri
is a very good „gift bottle” of traditional Georgian alcohol, made of white grapes. You can buy it in the markets, alcohol shops or small local shops. In the last ones often you meet homemade specials. Georgian brandy is known for its distinctive fruitcake sweetness. is a “vine vodka” and an important part of celebrations and feasts in Georgia. It is made by double distilling fermented pomace and the last fraction on the wine pressing. It is often made at home in a mini still, possible to be bought in local food shops. is a traditional Georgian, three string instrument, widely used all over Georgia. Usually made of wood – looks like a “small guitar”.

Papakha Ceramics Jewelry made of Gagat
is a traditional and still widespread Caucasian high fur hat, usually made of karakul sheep skin, for men and boys. The hat has the general appearance of a cylinder with one open side. traditional Georgian applied art is mainly represented by items from ceramics. Pieces of art or useful pots can be great souvenirs from Georgia. Gagat known also as a black amber is very popular in Goergia. On the market you can fine jewelry like long necklaces or fine pearls made from Gagat as well as traditional Georgian ornaments and decoration.

Georgian Spices
whoever tried local cuisine knows that is full of incredible flavors and aromas. On the market there is available vast array of Georgian spices and herbs. Just some of then - used in Georgian cuisine - include mint, cloves, nutmeg and mace, cinnamon, dried hot pepper, dried seeds of coriander, blue fenugreek seeds, dried berries, dried marigold flower petals, caraway seeds, dried “ajika”. Additionally, if you would ask ladies at the bazaar to prepare you special species’ mix for kharcho or ostri (traditional Georgian disches) they will be happy to make it for you.

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