How Families In India Are Keeping A 500-Year-Old Cashew Liquor Tradition Alive | Still Standing
Feni is a rare liquor made from cashew fruit, and it’s produced only in Goa, India. While some brands are pushing to take feni to the mainstream, this family has survived by hand making small batches and selling locally.
The Gaonkar family only sells the liquor locally and does not have a website.
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How Families In India Are Keeping A 500-Year-Old Cashew Liquor Tradition Alive