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Organic Handcrafted A2 Gir Cow Ghee (Bilona Method) - Monks Bouffe
Organic Handcrafted A2 Gir Cow Ghee (Bilona Method) - Monks Bouffe
Organic Handcrafted A2 Gir Cow Ghee (Bilona Method) - Monks Bouffe
Organic Handcrafted A2 Gir Cow Ghee (Bilona Method) - Monks Bouffe
Organic Handcrafted A2 Gir Cow Ghee (Bilona Method) - Monks Bouffe
₹999.00₹1,199.00

 

For those dollops of extra love with your rotis and tadkas, we bring you ghee in the purest form.

How the cow is treated and what it consumes affects directly the ghee we get. Our free grazed cows are always made to feel comfortable, consuming only chemical-free grass and staying in open farms. Healthy, well treated cows give ghee that s the best immunity booster needed.

✓ Gir Cow Ghee
✓ Free Grazed Cows
✓ Handcrafted using traditional Bilona Method

 

Bilona method of making Ghee:

  1. Milk is collected from free grazed cows after calves are fed
  2. Milk is boiled over firewood.
  3. Overnight resting in earthen pots to make whole curd.
  4. Curd is hand churned to get butter.
  5. Boiling evaporates water.
  6. Pure A2 Desi Ghee is obtained.
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500ml1 Litre5 Litre10 Litre25 Litre
500ml1 Litre5 Litre10 Litre25 Litre

GIR BREED COWS

GRASS FED

BILONA METHOD

Free Grazed Gir Cows

How the cow is treated and what it consumes affects directly the ghee we get. Our free grazed cows are always made to feel comfortable, consuming only chemical-free grass and staying in open farms.


Healthy, well treated cows give ghee that's the best immunity booster needed

Milk First Fed to the Calf

The first right over the cows milk is always of the calf. And we ensure that the calf is fed first and then the remaining milk is taken out for the ghee. 

Cultured Ghee

The milk is first turned into curd and then handchurned to make butter.

Free Grazed Gir Cows

How the cow is treated and what it consumes affects directly the ghee we get. Our free grazed cows are always made to feel comfortable, consuming only chemical-free grass and staying in open farms.

Healthy, well treated cows give ghee that's the best immunity booster needed

Milk First Fed to the Calf

The first right over the cows milk is always of the calf. And we ensure that the calf is fed first and then the remaining milk is taken out for the ghee. 

Cultured Ghee

The milk is first turned into curd and then handchurned to make butter.


Bilona Method of Making Ghee


6 Key Benefits Of A2 Gir Cow Ghee

For a healthy body and healthy mind

₹999.00

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1. What is the difference between A1 & A2 ghee?

A1 is a milk protein found in A1 cows such as Jersey, HF (Holstein Friesian) & A2 is a milk protein found in A2 cows like Gir, Kankrej, Sahiwal & other desi Indian cows.


A1 protein is difficult to digest compared to A2 protein

2. Will your ghee taste the same throughout the year?

Taste & aroma might vary throughout the year. The reason being cows are fed seasonal produce grass which results in a slight variation in taste and flavour.

3. Why A2 Gir Cow Ghee is so expensive?

The Gir Cow only gives 5-6 litres of milk daily compare to Jersey cows that give 15-20 litres of milk daily.


To make 1 litres of ghee around 30 litres of gir cow milk is required. 


Also the process used to make A2 Gir cow ghee is the traditional Bilona method which requires churning with the hand rather than the machine. The cows are also grass fed and allowed to free graize.

4. Is the ghee made from butter, malai or curd?

The Monks Bouffe A2 Gir cow ghee is made of Bilona Method which involves boiling the milk over firewood. Resting it overnight in earthen pots to make whole curd. Curd is then hand churned to get butter. Later the butter is boiled to help water evaporate giving us Ghee. 

5. Are the cows grass fed?

The cows are freely allowed to graze on naturally available grass  in nearby open fields everyday. 

6. Is calf given a share of the milk?

The first right is given to the calf to drink the milk. Once the calf gets its share only then the remaining milk is collected to make ghee. 

7. Is it Gluten Free?

Yes. Gir cow Ghee is Gluten Free!

8. How to test purity of ghee?

1. Rub ghee on the skin.

2. Wait 30sec for ghee to soak into the skin. 

Monks Bouffe Knowledge Guide

1. Breed Of Cows: 

2. Method of Making:

Gir Cow

Traditional Bilona Method

Real Reviews from Real People

Customer Reviews

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N.R.
Worth the price

My grandparents have never consumed any ghee which is not home made (or non gir cow) and till date they've not found out that we have been serving them Monks' ghee ! I guess that's a win for us. True to the taste and quality !

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Rohitt Malhotra
Best A2 Ghee

This is the third time I have purchased this ghee and trust me, it's fantastic. It smells fresh, has the right consistency and taste. Fantastic Product

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Mayur S
Quality matters

Quality product with better taste...

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Ravi R
Genuine Porduct

Value for money product with authentic flavour