Kashmiri Saffron Kashmir is the only place in India, and one of the few places in the world where saffron, the world's most expensive spice grows, to be more specific only on the plateau land of Pampore, just outside Srinagar.Wherever Saffron is grown in the world, its production is in the hands of small individual farmers and not in the hands of co-operatives or large corporations and traditional methods of quality control are the only form of checking the quality and originality of the Saffron. Chemical analysis at time of each purchase is hardly practical. We must remember that saffron is an herb and not a chemical concentrate. Saffron is a prime example of one such HERB. Therefore, it is important for every supplier to state the origin or source of his saffron, for you to judge its quality because the growing area, its soil and climate creates the basic characteristics and strength of the saffron.Kashmiri saffron is 100% pure, premium quality, and is available in required packaging. Saffron is harvested only at the end of Autumn. Pampore is famous world wide for its best quality Saffron.Qualities of Saffron are Mongra , Mancha and Powdered Saffron which are available in packing size of: 1.0 g, 5.0g, 25g, and 50g and in bulk packing of 1 or 2 kilo. Powdered Saffron is prone to catching moisture which greatly reduces its quality. Ensure that it is protected from moistureSaffron should be stored in an airtight container and kept away from bright light and moisture. Bright light such as sunlight will bleach the color of the saffron. That is why when the Crocus flower blooms, the flower has to be picked at dawn before the sun shines on it.
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