Tasted Unique Kulfis @Kulfreeze-Bengaluru

Its officially summer!! head out, indulge in healthy and guilt free frozen desserts at Kulfreeze. Good to know that there are frozen pops out there we can buy and feel good about its all natural, free from preservative and artificial flavors. 

I got to taste few kulfis here recently was really amazed with all the various natural flavor dessert offering. Must try and some of my favorites are the Jamun kulfi, Imli kulfi and Kiwi Kulfi. Enjoy these frozen pops starting from 60 to 80/- per serving. Kulfreeze is a kiosk located inside airlines hotel Bengaluru.

Here is a little history about Kulfi: The word "kulfi" is derived from the Persian word for a covered cup. The dessert likely originated in the Mughal Empire (northern India), in the 16th century. The mixture of dense evaporated milk was already popular in Hindu sweet dishes. During the Mughal period, this mixture was flavoured with pistachios and saffron, packed into metal cones and immersed in slurry ice, resulting in the invention of Kulfi. Ain-i-Akbari, a detailed record of the Mughal emperor Akbar's administration, mentions use of saltpeter for refrigeration as well as transportation of Himalayan ice to warmer areas.

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Many times I have mentioned my parents who are diabetic are really fond of frozen desserts and they never get to taste ice creams after tasting the jamun kulfi which was sugar free I happen to get a party pack for my parents. They were not only surprised with the texture and flavor but enjoyed the kulfi thoroughly. 

Paan Kulfi: is truly a amazing offering for people who enjoy paan flavor this kulfi has all natural ingredients like sauf, rose jam and so on.

Seethafal Kulfi: I enjoyed the smooth and soft textured in this kulfi, its all natural ingredients again prepared with custard apple is a must after a heavy meal.

Kiwi Kulfi: Was my favorite because it had a unique tangy after taste. Perfect palate cleanser if your hosting any large cookouts. The way they served this kulfi was with a generous sprinkling of some chaat masala...Ummm...yummy.

Imli Kulfi: This was truly a surprise to me, never ever tasted a tamarind kulfi before. It was tangy and every thing good. They served this kulfi with generous sprinkling of chaat masala the sour and tangy taste was awesome.

Jamun Kulfi: Since jamun fruit is seasonal and its said to be good for diabetic people they have created this kulfi without sugar this kulfi is a must try friends.

Kulfreeze Address: Airlines Hotel, 4, Madras Bank Road, Off Lavelle Road, Lavelle Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001

Phone: 096410 31000

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