Nalen gur translates to new jaggery and it is extracted from date palm trees using expert skill during the winter months in West Bengal. Every year, sweet shops across the city of Kolkata put their favorite ingredients to good use. From classic Nolen Gur-infused sweets to new-age dessert experiments, you'll be spoiled for choice until around the start of March or until Nolen Gur runs out of stock. Its pure nutty sweetness and distinctive flavor make nalen gur (liquid date molasses), one of the most important ingredients in winter delicacies, especially Bengali sweets.
Historically, Nalen jaggery (liquid date jaggery) was available only in winter. joynagarmoa.com presented Nolen Gur with an innovative packaging (500gr stand pouch) which has helped to extend its shelf life beyond winter by at least 180 days
Priya Nalen Gur (Liquid Date Jaggery) available at sufal Bengla stores and joynagarmoa.com — a project started by Mamata Banerjee (Chief Minister of West Bengal). This winter treat is now available in its liquid form and lasts for over 180 days. Bengalis all over the world use it to make a wide range of sweets including sandesh, payesh, rasgolla and pancakes.
Nalen jaggery (liquid date jaggery) is the star of every Bengali's eye. The liquid form is now packaged in transparent food graded stand pouch instead of the usual plastic bags and is targeted at all diaspora Bengalis living in the state and outside the country. You will love eating it with your daily bread and milk, desert and obviously ice cream.