Titora or Titauras are one of the vital frequent meals delicacies in Darjeeling (famous for its tea) and Sikkim, often made from fruits, like Lapsi, Mango & Tarmind (Imli). As you move by means of the streets, one can find chains of outlets promoting these candy, bitter and spicy titauras.


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aap jhol titora

11 in stock

58
Amala Piro Titora

11 in stock

48
Amilo Piro Tukra Titaura

1 in stock

48
amp piro

15 in stock

58
bechi Balls

18 in stock

58
bechi patta titaura

44 in stock

48
Bechi Paun titora

33 in stock

58
bechi tukra titaura

46 in stock

48
charpate masala titaura

49 in stock

48
chatpat Masala titaura

60 in stock

48
Chinni Patta Titaura

16 in stock

48
Chinny Candy Titora

15 in stock

58

Titora

Anyone who is from Darjeeling already knows what Titora is. Just thinking about it, my mouth is salivating already. For the rest of you who don’t know, Titota is sweet and sour, salty or hot or mixture of all those made from fruits like lapsi (pronounced “Lopsy”) which is also known as Hog Plum or scientific name Choerospondias axillaries. Titora is also known as Paun in native language of Darjeeling.

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