Areca Nut Supari​

Supari is a popular Indian mouth freshener which are broadly used in Indian rites and ceremonies. They are generally relished after meals for their minty flavour that gives the mouth a natural freshness. Supari is the perfect after meal treat as they instantly freshen the breath and possess healing properties.

Locally known as supari, the fruit of the Areca Palm contains a hard nut with a spice-like flavour. This fruit is commonly referred to as betel nut because betel leaves are often used to wrap it and make ‘Paan’. Consuming them is a social tradition in many parts of the world.