Munsyari Rajma: Munsyari Rajma comes from the lap of Milam Glacier in Uttarakhand and is commonly cultivated at high altitudes of 7800 feet. This variety of Rajma is white in colour, deliciously buttery in taste, and a great source of vitamins and minerals.
Naurangi Dal: Naurangi or Nine-coloured dal is a traditional staple food of Uttarakhand. Loaded with protein, dietary fibre and many important minerals like manganese, phosphorus, potassium, iron and copper – not to mention folates and the B-vitamins. Include it in your regular diet to promote regular digestive health and improve metabolism for energy!
Red Rice: It is grown in the rain-fed region of the Uttarakhand Himalayas. Its fibrous nature makes it a healthier option and allows you to binge without feeling too guilty. All the produce is directly harvested and sold by small individual farmers, who grow their produce in the pristine Himalayan environment and take great pride in adhering to some of the best standards of sustainability and being able to cultivate some of the freshest crops around with no harmful sprays or chemicals at all.
Kashmiri Mamra Almonds: Our Mamra Almonds are brought to you directly from farms of Kashmir. The almonds are hand-plucked from a single tree and are specially selected for their superior taste, outstanding power-packed wholesome nutrition and highest oil content amongst all almonds.
Wild Green Tea with Hibiscus: You don’t need rose-colored glasses to see that the world is beautiful. This stunning tea will do the trick. As breath-taking bits of bright red in a sea of green, these wild hibiscus flowers bring beauty and vibrant color to nature’s precious landscapes. Our wild trees aren’t your typical tea bushes – they are keepers of history and have aged like fine wine. So, only a chosen few make the pilgrimage to seek these old trees and have them relinquish their secrets – their leaves. Once you brew a cup of the green and red together with this incredible blend, you’ll be overtaken with a sense of a crimson storm raging within. The distinctive tang and aroma of the Hibiscus will energize you’re being while the Wild Green Tea leaves unfold their antioxidants into your cup.
Lakadong Turmeric: Also known as “Indian Saffron,” it’s no surprise that turmeric has been around for thousands of years since antiquity. From its medicinal uses spanning throughout generations to its importance in several religious ceremonies in South-East Asia, the significance of turmeric transcends far beyond that of simply being a spice or medicinal herb. Turmeric is a well-loved spice throughout India and it can be used in such a wide variety of dishes! It’s no wonder that the country has become the largest producer, consumer and exporter of turmeric. Turmeric rhizomes contain pigments called curcuminoids that are responsible for its yellow color and has various medicinal properties. The more curcumin there is, the better quality turmeric you have. Curcumin content is as high as 8.3 % (Certified by SGS, India).