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Bombay Sweet Shop has an interesting assortment of fusion desserts such as tiramisu ghevar tart, drunken motichoor laddu, and kaju katli bon bon filled with salted caramel.
OM also specialises in chocolate bars with desi fillings like kalakand and panjiri. Wasabi-filled motichoor laddu and boondi laddu with cranberries are just a couple of their popular mithai.
They create healthier versions of mithai using natural sweeteners such as dates, stevia, and varieties of honey and jaggery, without any compromise in taste
Khoya prides itself on making additive-free traditional Indian mithai with a modern twist and presenting those in elegant bespoke packaging.
Started in 2018, this contemporary sweetmaker has a selection of laddus spiked with different types of alcohol – vodka, whiskey, and wine.
Ever heard of Ferrero Rocher laddus? Or tried an Oreo and date cake, or a blueberry laddu? Apart from an array of bespoke sweetmeats, they also create and curate boxes of savoury treats.
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This brand presents an assortment of mouth-watering and eye-catching desi and fusion creations like soan papdi, Mysore pak, motichoor laddu, cappuccino nougat, rose besan laddu, and pine nuts gujiya.
This Delhi-based mithai brand offers innovative fusion mithai and claims to make these using 70 per cent less sugar than commercial sweets, and no preservatives and artificial colouring.
Berfila offers a mix of classic mithai like pinni and kesar peda, and fusion ones like jamun and lemon fudge, bubble gum fudge, raspberry motichoor laddu (yum!) and coffee chocolate barfi.
Saugaat promises a unique and memorable experience with its range of mithai. Think lait croquer, a fusion of French wafer and doda churned with Turkish hazelnut; cashew bonbon, a cashew treat with a salted caramel centre; and more.