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Ending summer with a proverbial breath of fresh air, our deconstructed Mukhwas skirts the end of this summer’s end, only towards the beginning of a new chapter.
A quintessential palate cleanser and mouth freshener, the word is an amalgamation of mukh meaning mouth and vas meaning smell and is served after spice laden and heavy meals.
A typical Mukhwas contains sweet, fragrant and chewy elements which are aromatic and light. It can be made of various seeds and nuts, but often found with fennel seeds, anise seeds, and coconut. They are sweet in flavor and highly aromatic due to added sugar and the addition of various essential oils, including peppermint oil.
Our presentation of fragrant airiness comes to its forte with a whimsical toothbrush carrying kashmiri rose water air, a pop-in-your-mouth green peppermint jewel made from Creme de Menthe - A local Goan distil transformed into a gelée, fragrant dried and candied rose petals with mishri and green cardamom oil caviar on a bed of mineral rock candy to round of the layers of aromatics with a little bit of chew along with a burst of freshness.
A go-along that is not only light and airy but also healthy as a perfect digestive, an experience at the end of the experience as we move towards the end of summer and the start of a new monsoon menu.