This Holi, treat your loved ones with 8 kinds of premium gujhiyas from Hazelnut Factory in Lucknow

With Holi right around the corner, gift these 8 different types of gujhiyas from THF and put a smile on your loved ones faces

The festival of colours is undoubtedly, one of our favourite festivals. The vibrant colours of gulaal, the playful pichkaari and the delectable desserts make us swoon with joy and wait for this one event, the entire year. Apart from the fun and positivity Holi brings with it, there is another major reason why we get so excited about the festival. Needless to say it is the the supremely delicious 'Gujhiyas', that add to our happiness and keep us energised throughout the festival!


So if you're a ghujhiya aficionado and a foodie at heart, we have just the thing for you. The Hazelnut Factory, Lucknow's favourite premium bakery has come up with 8 different kinds of gujhiyas and these are adding tons of sweetness to our celebrations!

Gifting basic sweets is so 2019! 2020 calls for gujhiyas from THF!

Chandrakala Gujhiya from THF

The Hazelnut Factory has taken Lucknow by storm, from the very beginning. We nawabs have been drooling over their cheesecakes, their delicious chena desserts, their layered baklava and a slew of other dishes. Yet, when it comes to Holi, nothing tops the crazy excitement we feel for the gujhiyas!

Samosa Gujhiya from THF

Which is why, this year, THF has come up with a variety of gujhiyas which will not only make you drool but would also set your "mithai ka dabba" apart from the rest. From our all time favourite baked gujhiya, dry fruit gujhiya, flaky gujhiya and kesar gujhiya, to new and innovative, chandrakala gujhiya, rose dry fruit gujhiya and flower gujhiya, these folks have it all!

They even have a 'samosa gujhiya' which looks like a samosa but is a sweet delight filled with mawa, sugar syrup and a taste that'll leave you amazed.

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Flower Gujhiya from THF

The flaky and rose gujhiyas from The Hazelnut Factory were all the rage last year and we intend to make the most of our gujhiya love, this year as well. So this Holi, make sure to check the new and innovative gujhiyas at THF and become the king/queen of gift-giving.

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