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Origins Saffron comes from the beautiful Crocus sativus flower. It is offered to consumers only in threads but never ground. These threads must be flexible and resistant, with their bright red stigmas. Its special smell, given by the toasting process, is strong and deep.
Its aroma and singular taste makes a splendid condiment for rice, meat, chicken, fish, stews and vegetable dishes, cakes, ice-creams, syrup and liquors.