The Mushurba, known as the “klklan” cup among the people of Gyumri, distinguishes itself from ordinary cups with a unique sound that resonates when drinking water from it. Its origin story is equally unique. Poloz Mukuch, a vendor of fruits and vegetables in Gyumri’s market, shared a humorous encounter with his neighbor, Ones, who was engrossed in listening to a watermelon as if it were singing. Mukuch, in jest, pointed out that he, too, sings, especially while enjoying a glass of wine. Amused by this banter, Poloz invited Ones to Citro Alek’s wine house later that evening.