Confectionery food items that are sweet in taste and are eaten in dessert portion of the meals are called sweets. Many dedicated sweet shops are opened in various different countries around the world. The art of refining sugar was invented in India many years ago and the origin of sweets is traced back to at least 500 BC. In the country, a diversified array of sweets is made, served and relished by people. The common name used for sweets in India is Mithai. They are not only served with a meal, but they also make an important part of celebrations, greetings, gift giving, festivals and religious offerings in the country.
In the whole world, South Asia has the largest sweet variety. Including India, countries like Srilanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Pakistan have many exclusive sweet shops which sell only sweets and nothing else. A few varieties of South Indian sweets to name are barfi, cham cham, chena murki, gajrela, jalebi, gulab jamun, sandesh, kheer, kulfi, laddu, rasgulla, halwa, shrikhand, peda, rasmalai, pateesa and thousands more. These sweets are made in ghee and milk and dry fruits make two of the primary ingredients that are used for making the South Indian sweets, this is why, they usually contain a high calorie content. Sugar free sweets are also made in the region for health conscious people.
Sweet Couch has more than 17 shops selling their sweets.
Sweets on Sweet Couch range from ₹ 75 to ₹ 4999.