Armenian Khorovac Barbeque

Armenian barbeque is called Khorovac and usually only men cook it. Khorovats is not only made from meat - it is the common name for all dishes that are cooked with smoke from hot coals. ┬áIn Armenia, you can taste a variety of Khorovats types, including pork, lamb, beef, Sevan…

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Armenian Dolma

Dolma is an eastern meat roll, wrapped in grape leaves. It can be said that this is also the most festive dish of Armenia. There are many secrets that make this dish the most delicious, but one of them is very important - the leaves of the grapes must be…

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Armenian Gata

Gata is one of the oldest deserts in the world and a favorite treat of every Armenian. Gata is made from puff pastry: it can be of various shapes, and usually has filled by choriz - a mixture of sugar, flour and butter, and in some regions cottage cheese, dried…

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Wine Tours In Armenia

In the heart of the Caucasus lies Armenia, a nation with an ancient winemaking legacy that transcends time. The grape, since antiquity, has symbolized abundance, hospitality, and even the genesis of post-flood viticulture. As the story goes, Noy planted the first vineyards on the slopes of Mount Ararat, igniting the…

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