In Russia, Coca-Cola created and bottled Krushka & Bochka Kvass
in 2008, based on a traditional Russian recipe.
She installed a big kettle in the house, from which she sold the peasants sweetened tea, or a glass of kvass
, or a herring, or even kerosene, needles and thread, etc.
(Russia): Beer made from soaking stale bread in water.
Russian Bistro sells half-forgotten foods like kulebyakas, pies, beverages-- kvass
and sbiten, spirits like honey drink, and strong drink like vodka.
Maxim Gorki was described as 'Successively ikon painter, kvass
pedlar, scullery boy, gardener, watchman and baker's apprentice.
Where once the soft drink choice was limited to tea, coffee or kvass
, now even the meanest streetside kiosk can offer a selection of colas and other carbonated drinks.
Its share is lowest in developing markets which often exhibit preferences for more localized tastes, such as malta in Nigeria and kvass
in East Europe
And I really sincerely believe that we can benefit from the neighbor, as all the folks who come to the resort will, very likely, swing by our complex for the cuisine and the much-touted Juozas beer or Rada kvass
," Rada Matuleviciene, a HBH co-owner, said to The Baltic Times.
Parallel examples involving clusters of consonants at the left edge of a word include KHMER, KNISH, KNAIDEL, KVASS
In the heat, how pleasant it was to drink cool kvass
or a fruit drink and eat buttered bread.
We stopped at a roadside tent restaurant near Stolobnaya for a glass of kvass
and a bowl of okroshka, a cold vegetable soup.
During the period from 2005 to 2009 the share of lemonade in the total soft drink sales reduced from 86% to 81%, while the amount of sold ice teas, juice drinks, low-alcohol beverages, purpose-made beverages and kvass