Teaching how to make Georgian Churchkhela
Tatara and Churchkhela are well-known and loved kickshaws for all Georgians (and not only for them). The production of Tatara and Churchkhela as well as wine from grapes has a long history and tradition in the country of vineyard and winemaking. The clay plates, found in archaeological excavations of the burials of the second century BC, depict the scenes of production of churchkhela and special pottery, where the ancient Georgians kept Churchkhelas. Churchkhela was an essential attribute of the soldiers in the war. They still hold a special place in the shoulder-bags of mountain shepherds. You can learn the traditions how to make Churchkhelas at all branches of ‘Tsiskvili Group’.