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The exotic and highly popular Nalen Gur ice cream
Friday, 25 November, 2022, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Our Bureau, Mumbai
Winters are here and it’s soon going to be Nalen Gur time. Nalen Gur is prepared from the sap of the date palm (khajur) tree which is native to Bengal. During winters, the sap is collected in an earthen container hung on the top part of the date palm tree. The sap is heated over a flat pan till it thickens and turns into a viscous liquid with a honey-like consistency. Nalen Gur liquid has a unique earthy & fruity flavour which is adored by millions of Bengalis all over the world.

Have you ever wondered as to who has worked relentlessly to improve the purity and authenticity of liquid Nalen Gur? Have you ever wondered who actually uses the maximum amount of Nalen Gur in West Bengal? Look no further as the person behind the revival of Nalen Gur is none other than the owner and ice cream maker of Pabrai’s Ice cream – Anuvrat Pabrai. To his credit and to the delight of millions of ice cream lovers across the world goes the credit for inventing the Nalen Gur ice cream - an ice cream which is rated amongst the seven best sweets in South-East Asia, China, Japan, Russia, Australia and the Indian subcontinent.

The exotic and highly popular Nalen Gur ice cream is a signature offering of the Kolkata-based family run brand - Pabrai’s Fresh & Naturelle Ice creams. It is made from liquid Nalen Gur which itself is loaded with minerals that are extremely healthy for our body. Nalen Gur liquid is extremely rich in iron and potassium, which may help manage one’s haemoglobin levels. It also contains a good amount of magnesium, which is proven to be helpful for the human nervous system, muscles and bones.
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