I’ll admit this brought a smile to my lips, as I tried to envision the idyllic world that cows must have inhabited in erstwhile Brindavan with their favorite, divine cowherd, and also a slight sense of doubt about it’s possiblity in today’s world.
Naturally, I had to try this ghee. Here’s the verdict:
Plus Points –
- Tastes authentic
- Comes in a glass jar with a nice lid and a wide mouth
Minus Points –
- Gummy texture and dull white colour ( – compared to those of Nandini, Britannia and Nilgiris, for e.g. that have a markedly golden-yellow colour with the solidified part being very granular. As in this picture of ingredients. Probably just a matter of my own current conditioning.)
- Cost (expensive)