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Saffron Olmeda Origenes

In Castilla La Mancha between windmills, forests and meadows we harvest our Saffron that was introduced by the Arabs in Spain in the X Century and now Saffron is considered as an irreplaceable ingredient in the contemporary cuisine, adding more colour and better flavour.

 

Saffron is obtained from the stigmas of the flower of Crocus Sativus Linnaeus (Rose of Saffron), each flower has three stigmas and it is necessary around 200.000 flowers to make one kilogram of saffron, what makes this spice being considered as The Red Gold of La Mancha.

Presentation

  • Crystal Jar of 1g.