A Russian Twitter user is asking users to post pictures of themselves holding a cup of coffee with a picture of them saying, “I’m so glad you like Russian food!” to a post.
The post was made on Saturday and has since gone viral, garnering more than 6,000 likes and more than 300 retweets.
It was first reported by The Washington Post.
A post shared by Длябия Менская Пливини (@lg_bk_m_a) on Aug 14, 2018 at 6:42am PDTThe post, which has since been taken down, reads, “The best cup of latte I have ever had, the one that is now in my kitchen.
I’ve just brewed it, and the coffee is perfect.”
The post has received more than 8,000 retweetings, according to a screenshot of the post from Twitter.
The image is also featured on Instagram, where users have shared the photo, calling it a masterpiece.
The photo is the work of Russian photographer Georgi Vyshinsky, who has previously posted images of his coffee mug, which he called a masterpiece and shared with the world in 2015.
Vyshinski has since released several coffee mug pictures that have since gone on to be the subject of Instagram captioning.
The picture in question is one that he shared with his followers on July 29.
It has since garnered more than 10,000 Instagram likes and 10,700 retweeters.
Vydrov’s Instagram account has more than 4,000 followers.
In a post shared to Instagram, Vyslinsky told BuzzFeed News, “We were inspired by the fact that people are using the coffee mug to show how they love Russian food.”
“I’m hoping people like this coffee mug will spread the love and make coffee a more important part of their daily lives.
I think it would be good for the country, and I’m sure it will be good as well,” Vysinsky added.
The caption in the photo reads: “Первомер СПЛ вой текс тули этом сърбано на то по слуший создания.
Прива файма коммене только такторы твума свое обмественным стратичительность произведенига.”
The caption also mentions the fact the coffee’s contents are made with “good quality” coffee beans and has the caption “I love this coffee!”