Tincture is a drink that is prepared by infusing vodka on various fruits, berries, seeds, spices, fragrant and healing herbs. Tinctures are considered to be the "most Russian" alcoholic beverage. There are several versions of its origin. According to the most common one, the first tincture was made by a person called Yerofey around the tenth century; one of the varieties of the drink was named after him. “Yerofeich” is loved by many today, but there are other types of tinctures.
Ladies as a rule prefer lighter berry tinctures, such as: “Currant”, “Cowberry”, “Raspberry”, “Rowanberry”, and “Cranberry”. "Ginger" (Tart tincture on the ginger root, with sour-sweet notes, which are made by adding natural honey from Rostov apiaries and juicy lemon. It’s liked by mostly everybody. There are stronger tinctures for men: “Yerofeich”, “Kedrach” (pine nuts) and, of course, “Hrenovuha” (horseradish).
If the tincture is prepared correctly, and consumed in small quantities, it may well be beneficial to health. The healing effect of the drink depends on the components used to make it. In addition to this, natural infusions will surely cheer up the guests and will surely serve as a bright decoration of a festive feast. Tastings are held on request.