Sbiten’ Honey-based concentrates


Sbiten' Honey-based concentrates

Golden Medals at "Rosexpo" in 2001, "Golden Sirin" Medal at "Buy Russian" exhibition in 2002


The Russians always loved honey-based beverages and Sbiten was the most popular one. The first Russian household statute book "Domostroy" issued by John the Terrible contained recipes of the beverage. Tea and coffee introduced by Peter the First undermined Sbiten's popularity and gradually reduced it to oblivion, though Sbiten had the same tonic and thirsty-quenching properties as coffee and tea. Avitsena wrote that honey -base of Sbiten- supplies human body and mind with vital energy.

Our company specialists have revived these true Russian beverages. We follow ancient recipes and produce them without any preservatives using only natural products: honey, fruit juices (cranberry, blueberry, red bilberry, and blackberry) and species.

Each of the beverages has a unique taste and bouquet. Select you taste and add some Sbiten to your morning tea or coffee or to a cup of boiling water to make your day successful.

Modern researches have proved that medical properties of the product increase body resistance to catarrhal and infectious diseases. Besides, spices are very beneficial for blood circulation, disintoxication, have antiseptic properties and add zesty taste to the beverages.

There are three flavors:

  • "Tzar's" Sbiten'
    Ingredients: honey, sugar, red bilberry, blueberry and blackberry; sweet clover, inula, salvia, thyme, spices.
    Package: bottle/glass, 250 ml, 16 bottles per case.
    Shelf-life: 12 months.
  • "Boyar" Sbiten'
    Ingredients: honey, sugar, cranberry, blackberry; melissa, sweet clover, thyme, spices.
    Package: bottle/glass, 250 ml, 16 bottles per case.
    Shelf-life: 12 months.
  • "Moscovsky" Sbiten
    Ingredients: honey, sugar, red bilberry, blueberry; melissa, sweet clover, thyme, spices.
    Package: bottle/glass, 250 ml, 16 bottles per case
    Shelf-life: 12 months.