Sikh family startup introduces Spice Drop

Spice Drop to run a booth at KLCC Concourse in conjunction with Diwali Festival which will also have dance and dhol performances

SPICY: Lara Kaur (left) and Harkiren Kaur at the Spice Drop booth at KLCC – Photo / Supplied

A startup business marketing Spice Drop, a liquid spice extract now being introduced to the Malaysian market, is running a booth at the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur.

A group of stalls will display their products at the KLCC Concourse in conjunction with the Diwali Festival until 24 Oct 2017, from 10am to 10pm.

“My family and I will be showcasing our product Spice Drop which is a one of a kind liquid spice extract. We will be giving samples like Masala Tea, Ginger, Cinnamon and Cardamon Tea, cookies and potato chips made with these Spice Drop,” Sandesh Singh tells Asia Samachar.

“We would like to invite you to come over to KLCC anytime next week to our booth to try out the products.”

The KLCC festival will also have dance and dhol performances.

The Spice Drop booth is handled by Harkiren Kaur Maan who manages promotions as well as online sales and social media, with the assistance of her cousin Lara Kaur.


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