The most traditional Russian beverage with a characteristic sour taste, Kvass is first mentioned in the 10th century. Far from being just a drink, its numerous uses ranging from a seasoning agent for meat before roasting, to a flavour for soups, and even a source of aroma steam in banyas or Russian saunas where it would be spilt on hot stone.


  • Title: Old bread kvass with malt
  • Creator: Rustourism
  • Location Created: Russia, Bryansk oblast
  • Type: photography

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