Kolkata’s famous sweets shop makes Immunity Sandesh by using 15 herbs and honey


Kolkata’s famous sweets shop makes Immunity Sandesh by using 15 herbs and honey

India has lifted the Coronavirus-induced lockdown, but the number of COVID-19 infections in India is rising with every passing day. In order to combat the probability of the illness, people have been resorting to home remedies, naturopathy and healthy dietary habits.

Now, Kolkata’s famous confectioners, Balaram Mullick & Radharaman Mullick, have taken a big leap in the sweet-making business by creating a novel sandesh to beat the novel virus. Having high-fame for their traditional sweet preparations, Balaram Mullick & Radharaman Mullick have come up with Immunity Sandesh which has been made with about 15 herbs and spices.

Reportedly, the confectioners have made the sandesh on the lines of Ayurveda by combining tulsi, turmeric, cardamom, nutmeg, black cumin, liquorice, galangal, bay leaves, peepul, ginger and black pepper. To add sweetness to the mithai, the makers have added Himalayan honey as a healthy alternative to sugar or jaggery. The ingredients are mixed into the cottage cheese or chhena before being served.

The price of this dessert is INR 25 per piece for now. However, the confectioners are also selling it online and all over India.
Ensuring people with a sweet tooth, especially for sandesh, get the best of both – taste and immunity – Balaram Mullick & Radharaman Mullick has undoubtedly come up with sandesh that is sure to find many takers. What say?

Interestingly, a few weeks ago, the same confectioners took social media by storm by inventing the bizarre Corona Sandesh.

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