Factory Honey traditions 2

Medovye Traditsii Factory

Federal Agency for Tourism

Federal Agency for Tourism
Moscow, Russia

It is customary in Russia to gift pryaniki stamped with wooden imprints, serve them at tea or buy them as souvenirs in places that are famous for their gingerbreads. As the Russian name “pryanik” suggests, the dough has a lot of spice and is usually based on honey. Contemporary fillings include diverse jams and condensed milk.
The most famous pryaniki are from Tula, a city not far from Moscow, where they have been baked since the 17th century, a history tracked by the local Pryanik Museum.


  • Title: Factory Honey traditions 2
  • Creator: Medovye Traditsii Factory
  • Location Created: Russia, Tula
  • Rights: Medovye Traditsii Factory

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