Georgian Churchkhela is the same ancient sweetness as Georgia itself. Women prepared this national delicacy from very old times for their families, as well as for men who went to fight. In the latter case, this was done not because the soldiers “wanted something sweetie” on the battlefield, but in order that they could survive at the expense of this product. The value of churchkhela is that it is a very high-calorie delicacy, so men could eat two such “sausages” for the whole day. In addition, churchkhela does not deteriorate for quite a long time and eventually only hardens a little. It is worth noting that this delicacy is usually prepared for the New Year, because it is an obligatory dish on the holiday table.