Grade 1 Premium Kashmiri SAFFRON

100% Pure, Natural, Organic Kashmiri Saffron

Hand-picked Saffron Comes Directly From Farms

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With over two decades of market presence and expertise in the Kashmiri Saffron cultivation and trade, Ahmar Saffron has emerged as one of the major market players in saffron market in Kashmir and the rest of India.

About Ahmar Saffron

With over two decades of market presence and expertise in the kashmiri saffron cultivation and trade, The Ahmar saffron company has emerged as one of the major market players in India and rest of world.We The Ahmar saffron company always endeavour to make available the genuine, pure and fresh kashmiri saffron to our esteemed customers. We have always emphasised on the quality and authenticity of our product by processing and packaging it as per the international standards. We adhere to very stringent quality standards and you will find that the quality would be consistent as much as is practically possible in an agricultural product. For the past two decades, we have served huge customer Base in several cities across India and outside which includes some big names in food and cosmetic Industry.

More About Saffron

Cultivation practices of saffron in Kashmir have changed very little over the ages. Therefore, its cultivation is organic by default. The unique topography, soil and weather in Kashmir coupled with the age old curing techniques infuse such flavor, aroma and colour to saffron which is unsurpassed anywhere in the world.

Crocus saffron is a hystranthus plant. This means that corms send out leaves and flowers aboveground at different times of the year. Saffron leaves start to appear in the month of March and die down as hot summer approaches. As winter starts to creep into the valley and nights become cooler saffron flowers start to appear in the fields. From third week of October to 15th of November is the peak flowering period. Pluck¬ing of flowers is to be done only with fingers without trampling the soil below. The job is quite demanding as about 01, 50,000 flowers produce about one kg of saffron. After harvest saffron flowers are usually sundried and stigmas are separated from the flowers. The age old post harvest regime is the key in retaining and enhancing the famed flavor, colour and aroma of Kashmir Saffron.

What Makes Kashmiri Saffron So Great?

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One of the best methods to test the freshness is to take a look at the color of the saffron. Look for a vivid crimson red on all threads (not partial). The darker colors or light orange threads that offered in powder formats mostly in other stores are just the lowest quality of saffron. Sargol Saffron vivid strong Natural redness in all threads means they’re natural, pure, and very fresh.

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A lot of companies on the market today mix their saffron with other ingredients and make it as powder to weigh up the product cheaper and charge more. Again, a great way to check purity is to look for the strong vivid red tips ( All red) as a proof that the saffron threads are all natural and pure.

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When you have a fresh and pure product, you will most likely have a very high-quality saffron. In grade 1 saffron you can not find any stigmas that have any color except deep vivid red. Most saffron products offer their rating grade on their pages. Our Kashmiri Saffron is rated 259.3 by the lab test and that’s for the premium Kashmiri Saffron as the highest quality of saffron in the world!

Compare Kashmiri Grade 1 Saffron with other types of Saffron

Kashmiri Saffron

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  • Our Saffron is a deep, crimson red with those fresh stronger red tips, ensuring quality and taste.
  • Aroma is always strong and fresh.
  • No saffron debris at the bottom of the container, meaning every leaf was hand-separated with care.
  • No other plants mixed in with the red saffron threads. Its all same color, strong red
  • Always Flash-Dried and fresh, sourced directly from the original location of the first saffron flower.
  • Saffron threads are dry, keeping moisture out of the bottle and prolonging life..

Other Types

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  • Saffron threads are light red and have no orange tips - signaling food coloring and dye.
  • Aroma is musty and acrid.
  • Their debris at the bottom shows they used machines to pick and separate stigmas,sacrificing quality and freshness.
  • Competitors use extra plants to weigh down the bottle and charge more for the extra “weight”.
  • Artificial saffron fields have been found which grow inferior plants to be used during saffron’s offseason.
  • Saffron is wet and moist, creating a musty smell and creating a much earlier expiration date.