Kashmiri saffron is regarded as the highest quality saffron for its pungent aroma, taste, and coloring effect. This variety of saffron is unique yet excellent and finer among all other varieties. Kashmiri saffron is hardly found outside the country as the major share of total production is consumed within India and a negligible amount is exported.
The physical appearance of the thread is unique with flat, thin and wider tip and the stigma is smooth and silky. Apart from its unique quality and features, it is a very rare and exotic spice that requires a very specific kind of cultivation. Best Quality Raw and Organic Natural Kashmiri Saffron ( Kesar ).We Are Selling have Quality of Saffron Like Mongra Saffron, Saffron For Pregnancy and Raw Saffron From Kashmir Valley.
Saffron is the most precious spice in the world and is used in flavoring and coloring various cuisines. Each of these flowers contains three stigmas and these stigmas are meticulously hand picked and dried to prepare this exotic spice called saffron.
Kashmiri saffron is a type of special spice that grows in the vast region of the valley of Kashmir. It is a herbal spice that enriches the food. Kashmiri saffron spice is qualitative with a sweet aroma. The crushed and dried Kashmiri saffron adds awesome flavor to the Indian dishes. There are many benefit of eating this type of pure Kashmiri saffron.
After the harvesting, these stigmas are quickly dried in a warm location which results in high-quality saffron. Cultivators often use quick warm drying methods in order to avoid any damage to the stigmas. Over-drying may also harm the stigmas of the crocus plant, so cultivators take careful measures while drying up the stigmas. Perfectly dried stigmas can be stored for the long term. However, saffron is kept in a tightly capped container and stored in a dark place.
What Is Kashmiri Saffron?
Kashmiri saffron is a natural spice that is extracted from crocus flowers. The stigmas and
styles of the crocus flowers are collected for preparing the dust saffron spice. Around 75000
crocus flowers are blended to produce approximately 1 pound of saffron spice.