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Dear Fiends, Ladies and Gentlemen, We would like to offer Georgian specific food products, Georgian wine, beverages and many other products from Georgia

 
   
Let us greet you from Georgia. We offer to all interested persons and companies all kinds of activities that are connected with export and realization of specific food products from Georgia and Caucasus region In Georgia, Post Soviet area and European Countries, we implement the export of natural, environmentally safe organic food products from Georgian, Armenian and Azerbaijani manufacturers.  
   

Along with food products, we offer to our partners a wide choice of alcoholic and soft drinks, mineral and drinking water and also a wide range of Georgian wine and Armenian cognac from leading Georgian and Armenian manufacturer companies.

 

 Business Group Anarkali

 
Our offering also includes a wide spectrum of various bio additives and Georgian medicinal herbs for a wide range of usage.
 
Currently we would like to offer a wide range of goods from bellows listed food products, wine, cognac and drinking and mineral water from Georgia.
 
These goods include the following food products: Tkemali – Ajika - Spices - Mineral Water – Drinking and Spring Water- Gozinaki – Churchkhela – Georgian Honey – Armenian Cognac - Georgian Wines and many other; wide spectrum of choice of goods by manufacturers and brands.
 
At the beginning, you can contact us on Facebook or use our Quick Contact Form. Also, can offer to send us your proposal by Quick Contact Form and we will respond your letter as soon as possible!
 

With best regards, Business Group Anarekli ©®™ - Tbilisi, Georgia



Tkemali

 

Tkemali (Georgian: ტყემალი) - is the Georgian sour plum sauce made of such cherry plums. Tkemali is made from both red and green varieties of plum. The flavor of the sauce varies, but generally tends to be pungently tart. To lower the tartness level, occasionally sweeter types of plums are added during preparation. Traditionally the following ingredients are used besides plum: garlic, pennyroyal, coriander, dill, chili pepper and salt.

 
   
Tkemali is used for fried or grilled meat, poultry and potato dishes, and has a place in Georgian cuisine similar to the one ketchup has in the U.S. It can be made at home, but is also mass-produced by several Georgian companies.  

 

 

 Tkemali


Ajika

 

Ajika or Adjika (Georgian: აჯიკა) - is a Georgian, spicy but subtly flavored dip often used to flavor food.

 
   

A dry form of Ajika exists that is sometimes called “Svanuri Marili” in Georgian or Lushnu Jim in Svan (სვანური მარილი "Svanetian salt"); this looks like small red clumps mixed with a looser version of the spice mixture. Tomatoes are not an ingredient of traditional Ajika, though different versions of Ajika, sometimes having tomatoes or tomato paste as an ingredient, are produced on a commercial scale and sold in supermarkets in Russia, Ukraine and other countries.

 

 

 

 Ajika

Common varieties of Ajika resemble Italian red pesto in appearance and consistency. Though it is usually red, green Ajika is also made with unripe peppers. Traditionally the following ingredients are used in Adjika: red pepper with salt, garlic, spicy herbs (green and dried, fenugreek). Adjika usually of red color, however sometimes it’s of green color, if made of unripe pepper.

 

Georgian Mineral and Drinking Waters

 
Georgia is home to over 2000 mineral water springs, but there are only several types in commercial production. Georgian mineral waters have exceptional and interesting tastes - very different from French and Italian varieties.  
   
The most famous Georgian mineral waters are Borjomi and Nabeglavi, both are protected Geographic Indications, but there is a plethora of less well-known springs located in small towns and alongside roads throughout the country that is worth sampling.  
   
The mineral springs were discovered over one thousand years ago in the  

 Georgian Mineral and Drinking Waters

country and the use of Georgian mineral waters has been suggested by the Georgian and Russian researchers for complex treatment of several digestive diseases and diabetes mellitus. Despite the loss of the Russian market (Embargo in 2006) there is the steady growth of the export of sparkling mineral and still water. The mineral water sector in Georgia had an approximately GEL 126 million output in 2010, 40% of which was exported.

 
Competitive advantages:
High Water quality
Room for expansion (capacity can more than double)
National pride, part of the Georgian culture, tradition
Certified curative properties
Well protected from forgery
Vast export experience
High recognition in former Soviet countries and rising popularity in US, UAE, EU
 
The most popular Georgian mineral waters are: “Borjomi”, “Mitarbi”, “Nabeglavi”, “Sairme”, “Zvare”, “Skuri”, “Lugela”, “Bolnisi”, “Bagiata”, “Kokotauri”, “Bajas Tskaro”, “Java”, “Utsera”, “Kazbeki”, “Avadkhara”, “Kashichala”, “Flate” and “Vardzia”

 


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Gozinaki - This is delicious

 

Gozinaki or Gozinaqi (Georgian: გოზინაყი) - is a traditional Georgian confection made of caramelized nuts, usually walnuts, fried in honey, and served exclusively on New Year's Eve and Christmas. In the western Georgian provinces of Imereti and Racha, it was sometimes called Churchkhela, a name more commonly applied to walnuts sewn onto a string, dipped in thickened white grape juice and dried.

 
   
In several of Georgia's rural areas, both walnuts and honey used to have sacral associations. According to a long established tradition, Gozinaqi is a mandatory component of New Year's Eve/Christmas celebration.  

 Gozinaki - This is delicious

 

Churchkhela - Georgian Snickers

 
Churchkhela is a traditional sausage-shaped candy originating from Georgia. The main ingredients are grape must, nuts and flour.  
   
Almonds, walnuts, hazel nuts and sometimes raisins are threaded onto a string, dipped in thickened grape juice or fruit juices and dried in the shape of a sausage. It’s an ancient, simple food that helped mountain men survive in the past and continues to delight Georgians of all ages today.  
   
The ingredients and longevity of the Churchkhela made it perfect for long journeys; it is healthy, tastes good, provides nourishment, and is easy to carry and store. Churchkhela is authentic flavored-delicious candy which is a mandatory component of New Year's Eve/Christmas celebration  

 Churchkhela - Georgian Snickers

 

Georgian Honey with its Unique Characteristics

 
Georgian people have been engaging in bee keeping since ancient times. Gaining honey and was satisfied not only internal demands of the state. Together with silk, wool, wine and other agricultural products, honey and wax were exported outside the country.  
   

Georgian bee has been considered as the most hard-working and industrious one, which flies for honey flow in mist, with week rain and wind. Georgian bee starts the work earlier and finishes later than bees of other breeds.

 
   

Georgian bee is bred in 60 countries of the World. Georgian honey is

 

 Georgian Honey with its Unique Characteristics

distinguished with its features derived from natural and climate conditions of Georgia, its rich and original flora.

 
Georgian honey is the greatest cure created by nature. The originality of Georgian honey lies in the variety of curable features. It’s collected from the flora, which is the natural curable row material.
 

Armenian Cognac

 
Armenian cognac is of the most traditional products of Armenia, distinguished with its unique flavoring features. This product has been and inalienable attribute of life for many generations.  
   

And today, it’s one of the most famous and successful products in Armenia, as well as, worldwide. Armenian cognac has been preserving the traditions of brandy production since 19th century.

 
   

Only local varieties of grape with special properties are used in the production

 

 Armenian Cognac

of an authentic Armenian product, based on the unique microclimate and the Ararat Valley.
 
The method of double distillation preserves the flavor and aroma of grapes, and transfers them into the brandy spirits, using only Armenian varieties of oak.
 
"Ordinary Brandies" are aged for 3, 4, 5, or 6 years, the soft flavor of the Brandy being based on selected brands of wines and pure spring water, which help to create a unique taste for each type of Ararat Brandy. The "Aged Brandies" of 10, 15, 18, and 20 years each have their own unique taste and specific dark golden color.
 

Georgian Wine

 
Georgia is one of the oldest wine regions in the world with the richest wine making traditions. Wine making traditions are the significant part of Georgian soul and culture. The history of wine production in Georgia counts more than 8,000 years.  
   

Wine lovers have a lot to thank Georgia for. Georgia is a land famed for its natural bounty. These days there are over 500 species of grape in Georgia, a greater diversity that anywhere else in the world, with around 40 of these grape verities being used in commercial wine production.

 
   

 Georgian Wine

Conditions are well suited for viticulture: summers are rarely excessively hot, winters are mild and frost-free. In addition, the mountains around the vineyards are full of natural springs and rivers drain mineral-rich waters into the valleys.
 
All this means that Georgian wines have reparation for being exceptionally pure. Around 150 million litres of wine are produced each year in Georgia, with around 45 000 hectares under cultivation.
 

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