Saffron pistils 1g from the 2021 crop.
To color, flavour and perfume 50 to 100 servings.
The saffron proposed here has been grown in Quebec with great care.
Each of the flowers was picked and pruned by hand. The removed pistils were dried by small amounts of heat in a low-temperature oven.
Then the pistils were put to rest for 2 months to allow the unique aroma and subtle fragrance of saffron to develop.
This saffron is pure and free of any contaminant. It should be kept away from light and air. It is necessary to process between 150 and 200 saffron flowers to obtain 1 dry gram of the precious spice.
To grow it as to cook it, it takes patience. In return, it rewards in flavour, perfume and colour…