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MEG Sohphie Pickle - 200 g (veg)

Add zest to your meal with this lusciously pulpy, sweet and tangy box myrtle or Sohphie fruit from the virgin hills of Meghalaya. Made in Meghalaya

Weight: 200 g

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SKU: 06033201436
Weight: 200 g

 

 

 

 

 


 

Sohphie commonly known as Bay Berry, Box myrtle or Kaaphal or Kaiphala is one of many extremely delicious wild fruits found throughout mid-Himalayan region. The fruit looks somewhat like deep-red colored raspberries. They barely have any pulp; have a big round seed in the center. They are often described as one of the tastiest wild fruits found on the foothills of the Himalayas. The raspberry-looking fruit with sweet and tangy flavors has a thin fruit coating with a large stone core, thus it's a drupe. Since they are very refreshing to eat, they are well liked by many Northeastern people. The fresh fruits have a reputation for being a little acidic even when they are ripe, but more sour when unripe.

 

 

 

 

 


 

Sohphie commonly known as Bay Berry, Box myrtle or Kaaphal or Kaiphala is one of many extremely delicious wild fruits found throughout mid-Himalayan region. The fruit looks somewhat like deep-red colored raspberries. They barely have any pulp; have a big round seed in the center. They are often described as one of the tastiest wild fruits found on the foothills of the Himalayas. The raspberry-looking fruit with sweet and tangy flavors has a thin fruit coating with a large stone core, thus it's a drupe. Since they are very refreshing to eat, they are well liked by many Northeastern people. The fresh fruits have a reputation for being a little acidic even when they are ripe, but more sour when unripe.

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