5 Indian Mithai Makers That Are Shaking Things Up With Their Unusual Combinations

Indian mithai

Mithai holds so much significance in Indian culture. It’s everyone’s go-to when it comes to any occasion–weddings, festivals, and other special celebrations. Today, however, the mithai trends have shifted from basic to fun and modern. Kaju barfis and besan ladoos get an upgrade with interesting combinations. And homegrown mithai makers are at its helm. Whether you’re having an intimate family soiree or throwing a lavish party this festive season, make it a memorable and sweet occasion with the inclusion of some fusion Indian mithai.

Indian Mithai Makers On Our Radar

1. Bateel

Gifting or serving dates this Eid? Opt for something more luxurious and indulgent. Bateel has an array of options for Khidri and Kholas dates with roasted cashews, roasted almonds, candied ginger, and candied orange peel, among others. Choose a specific kind or an assortment of them available in beautifully-designed festive gift boxes.

 

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2. Bombay Sweet Shop

Adding a contemporary twist to traditional Indian mithai, Bombay Sweet Shop is your one-stop shop for all things fun. From serving indulgent syrup-drenched Malpuas and a reimagined version of Moti Pak (with two layers of boondi sandwiched with a rich layer of Mango pista kalakand) to guilt-free treats via its Cheat Sweets Collection (made with natural sugars like jaggery, coconut sugar and dates), there’s something to satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth.

3. Nihira

Say hello to these cool mithais where flavours get the starring role. Amalgamating traditional with trendy, Nihira whips up sweets that every millennial and Gen-Z would be on board with. Whiskey ladoos, lotus biscoff gujiya, and cheesecake barfi, among others, are some of the interesting flavour pairings here.

 

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4. Gur Chini

Gur Chini is known for its visually appealing and delicious Indian sweets. But it came into the limelight after supplying mithai for Akash Ambani and Shloka Mehta’s wedding–its Swarnamishtha laddoo made with Italian pistachio and 24-carat gold foil. This isn’t the only exciting combination tho. There are many more including flavours like Woodfire oven roasted kaju rotla, stuffed Medjool dates, assorted revri and gajak boxes and more.

 

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5. Khoya

Khoya is another brand that also made its way to celebrity homes. It was a part of the gift hamper that Abhishek Bachchan took home after winning the rapid-fire round against his sister Shweta Bachchan Nanda on Koffee With Karan in 2018. The Bachchans seemed to like it so much that they spread the word to the Ambanis and Khoya was the choice of mithai at Isha Ambani’s wedding function in Udaipur. Khoya has always stayed true to maintaining traditional regional Indian mithai but adding a premium touch with flavours. So you’ll find a collection of classics and contemporised offerings such as Anjeer Roll, Urad Dal Pinni, Bal Mithai, Mysore Pak, and Classic Khoya Pedas.

 

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