Specialty Rice

Specialty Rice: Several “specialty rice” varieties have made their appearance in the Indian as well as in the international market, claiming superiority in a favoured position with ‘Basmati’ Rice in terms of taste and fragrance. This rice comes in all kinds of different shapes and sizes. Some are long and slender, some are short and thick, some are like beads, and some may be round.

A number of ‘specialty rice’ varieties, claiming superiority in terms of metabolic effects and health benefits.

‘Ambemohar’ Rice, is a fragrant rice variant grown in the foothills of the Western ghats of the state of Maharashtra in India. The short cooked grains have a tendency to break easily and stick together. The word ‘Ambemohar’ (means mango blossom), spoken in the state of Maharashtra where the rice originates from. The rice has been cultivated in the region for a long time. Wide variety is produced in the Mulshi region of the Pune district (Maharashtra).

‘Indrayani’ Rice, ‘Ambemohar’ rice is modified with a high-yielding rice variety to develop Indrayani rice, named after the river flowing through the Pune region, state of Maharashtra (India).

‘Kolam’ Rice that has been selected from the finest farms across the country, rice that is great for daily meals, as an accompaniment to curries or cooked as dal-khichdi. This rice is grown mostly in parts of Maharashtra, Gujarat and Southern India and is known for its grainy texture and fragrant taste.

Best quality “Speciality Rice” is directly sourced from our farms to the global markets.