Gur with Black tea Culture in Nagaland

Gur taken with black tea in Nagaland afer meals especially

An interesting thing about Nagaland is that the food produce of the people are organic. Unlike those that are found in the open market, Gur (Jaggery) sold by the villagers from Nagaland are organic and have original taste and look as well. Grabbing a few little pieces wont make you feel guilty; it is a sugar food afterall ๐Ÿ˜Š. It is usually taken with black tea after meal. This indulgence adds warmth during chilly winters ๐Ÿ’š

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About O Grace Ngullie

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3 Responses to Gur with Black tea Culture in Nagaland

  1. sotzlajanger says:

    Black tea with Gur!
    That taste is incredible.
    Now, I remembering my good days I had.

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  2. Yes it is.. thank you ๐Ÿ˜Š

    Like

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