Pure Crimean parvarda

Know about this Crimean feature?
It is enough to go to any Tatar cafe or restaurant, and no matter where it is: on the South Coast, in Yalta or in the original Tatar Bakhchisarai or Old Crimea, and there will definitely be a parvard.
Without it, the Tatars in the Crimea never serve tea, either in establishments or at home, whenever they are visiting.
If they didn’t bring it to Parvard, then something went wrong - either the fake Tatars, or the café is only nominally traditional.
What kind of animal is this parvarda?

The Crimean Tatars traditionally use parvarda instead of sugar for tea.
These are such sweet pads, something resembling caramel, and as for me, even sweeter than sugar.
They drink tea with them while they are drinking tea, like they used to drink tea with lumpy sugar in the old days.
What is it made of? It is prepared easily, according to the caramel principle: by pulling out the boiled mass from sugar syrup with citric acid, sprinkled with a small amount of flour.

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