Month: September 2019

super negin

Super negin

Super Negin Saffron has the highest quality (with coloring power higher than 250 usp) volume and appearance among other kinds of saffron. This trim of saffron is the most expensive and rare trim of Saffron. Super Negin and Negin saffron is known not only for being the most potent but also for its aesthetically pleasing features. Super Negin …

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Pushal saffron

Pushal saffron contains the stigma with an approximate 3-5 mm style. This kind of saffron has lower color strength respect to Sargol saffron. It is produced at the early stages of harvesting season. This saffron grade is not cut like sargol and therefore contains more yellow parts from the style of the plant and higher …

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Negin saffron

Negin saffron is particulary cultivated in the persian highlands. The special feature of this saffron is the extraordinary length of its threads. Therefore it is as well suitable for the gourmet kitchen as decoration and garnishing. The harvest time is in October until December. After the harvesting process the Negin saffron threads will be sun dried right …

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sargol

Sargol Saffron

Sargol Saffron is all red saffron contains only top red part of the stigma. Color potency of Sargol grade is very high. “Sargol” means “Top of the flower” in Farsi. Sargol is a sub-type of Persian saffron that derives from the very tip of the saffron thread. Hence, its name “top of flower.”  It also has a specific, …

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Saffron

Saffron

There is only one type of saffron, the spice taken from the flower of Crocus sativus.  The best quality saffron is marked by its deep red color and full  flavor, obtained by picking only the dark red tips of the hair-like  stigma of the flower.  Lower qualities may use more of the flower’s stigma and style, …

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Macadamia nuts

Macadamia nuts

Macadamia nuts are the fruits produced by macadamia trees, a species of evergreen trees indigenous to Australia. Cashew and macadamia nuts are very nutritious. These exotic nuts are full of quality protein. Macadamia nuts have a smooth, buttery texture and mellow, nutty taste. Packed with fiber, iron and healthy fats, they’re the perfect treat for snacking, baking or …

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cashew nut

Cashew nuts

The cashew is native to northeastern Brazil. In the mid-to-late 1500s, Portuguese traders and explorers introduced the cashew tree to India and to the east coast of Africa in an area that is now Mozambique. In Africa, the tree was spread along the east coast (today, Kenya and Tanzania) and was later introduced to the …

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