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TYPE: Juices
Paan Sharbat

Paan Sharbat

INTRODUCING PAAN Paan is a typical South Asian mouth freshener. It is very famous in India and its neighbouring countries. Also, it is quite famous in the Gulf countries as well. However, many confuse paan to be a dessert. But that is not true. Paan is merely a wrapped bundle of mouth freshener. It usually contains many ingredients. These ingredients are limited in quantity. On an average, the best paan in the world contains up to 35 ingredients. The most mediocre paan should contain at least 9 to 12 ingredients. Paan is a very interesting mouthful. There is a method to eat it. The whole idea of a paan is to enjoy one strong mouthful of food with your near and dear ones. The paan symbolizes togetherness and unconditional love. It is a ...

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TYPE: Juices

Summer Paradise

INTRODUCING THE SUMMER PARADISE As the name suggests, the summer paradise is a light drink. Therefore, it is non-alcoholic and is often mistaken for the paradise cocktail. The paradise cocktail is a typical summer alcoholic concoction. But the summer paradise is a typical non-alcoholic summer beverage. This drink (or juice) is famous along the beach regions. It originates from the tropical regions of Hawaii and the Latin American countries. Over many years of moderations led to this recipe of a perfectly balanced juice. This juice has perfect proportions of acidity, sourness, sweetness and a bright touch. In addition, it is a perfect way to enjoy the summer. The summer paradise consists of 3 major fruits. Strawberries bring a ...

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TYPE: Juices
Kokum Sherbet

Kokum Sherbet

INTRODUCING KOKUM The biological name for kokum is Garcinia Indica. It is a plant that belongs to the Mangosteen family. Its common name is kokum. Moreover, it is a fruit-bearing tree that has many uses. Kokum fruits are helpful in the pharmaceutical field. It also plays an integral role in the culinary industry. The kokum grows mostly in Asia and Africa. They are indigenous to the Western Ghats region of India. Out of the 35 species of kokum found in India, 17 species are endemic. These 17 species are endemic and grow in a specific geographical region. Out of these 17 species, 6 species grow only in the Andaman and Nicobar Island. And 4 species are endemic in the Northern regions of India. The kokum tree is found in many forest land...

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TYPE: Juices

Jallab

INTRODUCING JALLAB Jallab is a kind of fruit syrup. It is popular in many Middle Eastern countries. It consists of carob and dates. Carob is an alternative to chocolate that is very safe for dogs. Carob is often an integral ingredient for many dog treats. And hence many may think that it is inedible to humans. But this is incorrect because carob is very healthy for humans as well. It is the flour that you extract from the carob bean. Another important ingredient for the authentic jallab is the grape molasses. The grape molasses is one of the most important ingredients to making the jallab. It has extracts of grapes and is very sticky in nature. Last but not the least, rose water is VERY IMPORTANT to making the right jallab. Rose water b...

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TYPE: Flavoured Milk

Neer Mor

What is Buttermilk? In India, what we call buttermilk isn't exactly what it stands for. However, in common parlance, the delicious curd-based drink called chaas, has come to be known as buttermilk for lack of a better term.Traditionally made by churning out the butter from milk, or even curd (think of Lord Krishna's love for churned butter), one of India's favourite summer beverage recipe has undergone plenty of changes over the years. What used to be made by diluting curd with water, is today made in various different ways across the country. Neer Mor (South Indian Buttermilk) - The recipe for this tall drink varies from state to state. It's mostly called chaas in North India, mor in Tamil Nadu, mooru in Kerala, and majige in ...

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