Shopping in Coorg

Shopping in Coorg

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Shopping in Coorg can be fun and full of varieties as the town is well-known among tourists for spices, dry fruits, coffee, honey, chocolates, wine and cardamom. Traditional Kodagu jewels like Kokkethathi or Jomale Available locally. Buy made-in-Coorg honey Available in local shops. Buy Coorgi Costumes and Traditional Weapons Available locally.  The spices are of exceptional quality; tourists from all over the globe buy spices from here as a remembrance of their tour to India and also to add it in their cuisines, back home. Coorg is renowned as one of the major coffee producers in India hence coffee should be on your must-buy list. Other than the coffee you may also like to buy honey from here as the honey from Coorg is one of the best qualities. However, if you are buying from the local shops. It is advisable to look for Coorg Ag-Mark Honey that assures the quality of the product. You may also like to buy locally made chocolates as well. Spices can add a special flavour to your cuisines. Coorg offers various spices such as Cardamom, Pepper, Cumin, Oregano, Mint, Sage, Bay leaves, Basil, Thyme, Garlic, and Rosemary that are of superior quality and are available in abundance. Equally popular are the dry fruits such as figs, Cashews and Raisins. Apart from these, there are Tibetan artefacts sold in the Kushal Nagar. that are available at reasonable prices. Sandalwood oil, timber carvings, homemade Wine and Silk saris are also sold here. You may also like to buy a special kind of liquor made from the coconut palm. Friday Market, located at Madikeri, is the place to buy ethnic jewellery. The intricately designed jewellery, bidri ware and metal ware items are available in this market. Local food specialities like Pandhi, Koli, Kadumbuttu, and Noolputu are also good buys. Try and pick up some of the most delicious oranges in season and wild honey sold on the way to River Kaveri.

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