Dzhonzholi refers to Georgia's pickles made from the unblown inflorescence of Dzhonzholi tree pickled in barrel seasoned with special spices. Dzhonzholi is considered as the king of pickles in Georgia and a very tasty appetizer. Dzhondzholi or Colchis Bladdernut (Staphylea Colchica) is an edible ornamental plant with long stems of tightly furled, bead-like tendrils redolent of garlic. Georgia is found in southwestern Asia, bordering the Black Sea, between Turkey and Russia.

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