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Quantity: 250mlVegan Natural Hand-Crafted No Added Preservatives, Colours or Artificial FlavoursWe're indulging in pure nostalgia with this fun take on a classic Kalakhatta syrup. Swa Jamun kalakhatta Syrup blends jamun fruit with a bunch of spices, sugar and black salt to bring a stellar, tangy syrup with a rich beautiful jamuni colour, that's sure to make you want more long after the last sip.Shelf Life: 4 months unopened, refrigerate once opened and use within a month. This is a Vegetarian product.
Kala khatta is my favourite flavour however this one is nowhere near the Kala khatta that you get on streets. The taste isn't particularly great either. Instead buy another flavour of mapro like Rose flavour. Disappointed with this one.
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If you have seen my blackberry margarita, then you will know what this kala khatta is all about. However, for those who don't drink alcohol, and the younger folk, I created a mocktail recipe version of the blackberry margarita. After all, its inspired by fond memories from my childhood of a welcome refreshment, kala khatta, in the hot summer months in India.
In North India, a popular summer refreshment is golas, or shaved ice drenched in the kala khatta syrup. Many flavours exits, however, Jamun syrup is the most popular. Also, kala khatta is also enjoyed as a summer drink when the Jamun plum is in season. This simple mocktail recipe reminds me of this.
Here in the UK, with no fresh Jamun to make this drink, I love using wild blackberry syrup as the base for this simple mocktail recipe. This is because wild blackberries lend a similar flavour and colour to the jamun plum kala khatta. I add Kala namak, also known as black salt, and lime juice to enhance the flavour by bring out the tang and balancing the sweetness of the syrup.
100% Natural Syrups. Make easy mocktails, cocktails, iced teas, craft coffees or drizzle over your pancakes or yogurt. Made with Real Fruits, Herbs and Spices. No added preservatives, colors or artificial flavors. Swa Artisanal Syrups are hand-crafted by women. 250 ml syrups are shipped in sustainable Glass bottles. Each 250 ml syrup bottle makes 8-10 mocktails or 12-15 cocktails. Thus each glass of a complex restaurant style cocktail will cost only Rs 30! Shelf life is 4 months unopened from Mfg date, refrigerate after opening and use within a month. For recipe ideas please visit www.drinkswa.com/recipes
To kala khatta Gola you need an ice crusher which usually we do not have. So here instead of Gola we are making Kala khatta popsicle. You can quickly make the solution with our kala khatta syrup recipe and freeze in popsicle moulds which are easily available in the markets.
To begin making with this kala khatta popsicle, combine all the given ingredients in a large jug or mixing bowl and stir well. See how to make 'Kala Khatta Syrup' at home.Though the kala khatta syrup that we are using here has all the flavors, but once your solution is ready just taste it. In case you might want to adjust the flavors.Gently pour this solution into popsicle moulds.Assemble the cap and the stick and freeze for at least 5 hours or till completely set.De mould just before serving.Kala khatta popsicles are ready. No garnishing, just enjoy the way it is and relish your childhood memories too.Fun time begins! 781b155fdc