Remember how no guests left our house without having a glass of the ice-cold sherbet in summers. The colas and shakes might have usurped that memory but rose sherbet still remains one of our most delicious food stories! Be it in a traditional way to break Roza or as non-traditional way as using this to marinate chicken. (Did we hear a “Huh?”) The rose sherbet may have seeped into India through Nur Jahan- one of the most powerful women of 17th century India- who decided to bottle the smell of roses. While the rose sherbet may seem like a leisure drink, it is much more than that. It is a coolant with therapeutic properties. It can be used to treat digestive distress, improves the skin, and can be used for relieving stress.
- 100% Natural,
- Pure rose sherbet.
- Good for recovery, mood swings and benefits the skin.
- Helps relax the body and works as a natural coolant and digestive.