Safran du Quercy 1 gr. BIO

0.1gr portion of Quercy Organic Saffron. Also available in portions of 0.2 gr., 0.3 gr., 0.4 gr. 0.5 gr. and 1 gr. Did you know that 1 gram of saffron has the power to flavour deliciously and colour the contents of more than 60 plates! A simple calculation, the dose for one serving is only 0.02 grams! Download usage and storage tips !

Safran La Nadalle in filaments comes from an artisanal and meticulous product. Each Crocus Sativus flower is pruned by hand. It will enhance your dishes, sauces or desserts.

A recipe booklet will be slipped into your package ... saffron omelet ... saffron rizotto ... lobster sabayon with grapefruit ... grilled pikeperch with saffron cream ... chocolate saffron truffles ... enjoy your meal ! Download the conditions of use and conservation

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La Nadalle saffron farm, organic            Label ECOCERT, Agriculture Biologique

Cultivating, harvesting and the Saffron

Crocus Sativus does not exist in the wild. Its vegetation is reversed: flowering takes place in October / November while the dormant period is during the summer months. The bulbs are planted in July / August, 20 cm deep. They are thus protected from frost. The saffron stays in place for 3 to 4 years.

In full maturity, a saffron produces on average between 6 and 9 flowers per bulb. It takes between 150 and 200 flowers to produce 1 gr. saffron.

In autumn when the first flowers appear, for 4 to 6 weeks ,each day is divided into 2 stages: picking flowers in the morning and pruning in the afternoon. Pruning consists of removing the stigmas from the pistil. The latter are dehydrated and bear the name of SAFFRON following a weight loss of more than 80%.

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