Kulfi /ko͝olfē/ noun
An Indian word derived from the Persian Qulfi (قفلی), which directly translates to “Covered Cup". With its origins dating back to the reign of the Mughal Empire, this unique blend of dense evaporated milk - flavored with the nutty goodness of pistachios and the aromatic fragrance of saffron, is packed into metal cones that are submerged in near zero temperatures.
It may look like your regular ice cream, but it’s leagues above it in terms of both texture and taste. From traditional flavors like Malai (Cream), to exotic ones like Kesar (Saffron), and all the ones in between that include Badam (Almond), Kaju(Cashew) and Pistachio, you’ll be transported to the streets of India, where it earned it’s infamous reputation.
Now available in Mango + Saffron flavour too.
Qulfi gives you an experience of ice cream like you’ve never ever had before. This is Qulfi.
This is not a marketing scheme, guys. This is real-life advice: Get yourself one of these and watch your perception change forever.