Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Cane Syrup; a commoner's summer delight

In months of scorching heat and humidity, it's a routine for common people to have a chilled glass of sugarcane syrup, commonly known as 'gun-nay ka russ', while on their way to work or back to their homes.


A glass of 'gunnay ka russ' often comes with a pint of salt sprinkle added to freshly extracted suyrup right in front of you.


For a person suffering from South Asian summers, one glass of this drink can reinject the freshness and activeness to keep him/her going for a good time.

If visiting my country, trying this drink from a roadside stall is a must!

5 comments:

Raheel said...

oye hoye I love ghanney ka juice.. yummy and unhygienic =p

defiant goddess said...

Thanks for the tip, hon.

RaY-ZoR said...

Oh man, good old days. Gannay ka rus... makhiyon kai juice kai saath mila hua, hehe.

Hypocrisy Thy Name said...

Sugar Cane extract is the best energiser, however, I never took it when it had been tasted by common fly.

Rose said...

Never heard of this but thanks for the introduction.

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