AZERÇAY has found the way to the heart of Muscovites with national tea traditions!

30.10.2018 AZERÇAY has found the way to the heart of Muscovites with national tea traditions!

The Festival "Autumn Gifts of Azerbaijan" was held on October 17 - 21 in Tverskaya Square of Moscow with the support of Heydar Aliyev Foundation, Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan in the Russian Federation, Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Azerbaijan, as well as Moscow Government.

Within the framework of the festival were presented Azerbaijan's culture and history, national cuisine samples and various craft products. During the five-day festival, concerts and exhibitions were organized for guests as well as master classes for the opportunity to create various patterns of Azerbaijan national art, to teach national dances and perform at national musical instruments.

At the prestigious event, attended by well-known art figures, government officials and city residents of our country and Russia, AZERÇAY, the first national tea brand of Azerbaijan, tasted various types of Azerbaijani tea to the guests at the Tea House, decorated in national style, and introduced the rich tea culture of the country. The ladies, dressed in national costumes, presented our tea culture, serving to guests the black, green, thyme and mixed variety of teas under the AZERÇAY brand, as well as herbal and other varieties of teas.

At the request of the Moscow Government, the AZERÇAY glass model in pear-shape, which is a part of our tea culture, was installed at the entrance to the festival square in front of the Moscow Mayor's Office near Yuriy Dolgoruky statue. Guests have regularly taken photos in front of the pear-shaped glass that arouse high interest and have regularly shared pictures on social networks.

AZERÇAY, who was closely involved in the projects carried out to promote the ancient traditions of Azerbaijan in the world, was awarded with a special certificate of appreciation from the festival organizers.