Saffron grows particularly in Spain, where the highest quality also comes from. It is the most expensive spice in the world. Saffron is golden red and has a slightly metallic scent. The spice is obtained from the dried red scarlet of saffron. 120,000 hand-picked flowers are needed to produce 1 kilo of spices. In Spain, saffron is a key ingredient in fish and rice dishes, the French also use it most often for fish, the Italians for risotto, and in Britain, they prefer to add it to sweet cakes and liqueurs.
Ingredients: 100 % Spanish Saffron.
Weight: 2 g.
Using: Rice dishes such as risotto, sweet dishes, cakes, soups, sauces, fish.
Country of origin: Spain.