ASA International Trading was stablished the export section January 2014
At the moment , thid department is exporting saffron that we named it “Zaririn Taj Saffron” to all part od China
our company’s target is to present the best quality with the health standard of Irainain Safron to meet the customer’s satisfaction
Where does saffron come from
The spice originates from a flower called crocus sativus—commonly known as the “saffron crocus.” It is believed that saffron originated and was first cultivated in Greece, but today the spice is primarily grown in Iran, Greece, Morocco, and India. While micro-scale production of saffron does exist in the United States, most saffron found here is imported.
What does it taste like
Saffron is extremely subtle and fragrant. The slightly sweet, luxurious taste is totally enigmatic—it’s tricky to describe but instantly recognizable in a dish. As annoying as it is to say, you know it when you taste it.
How should I use it
Grind 2 tsp. saffron threads, along with a sugar cube or a pinch of coarse salt, to a powder with a mortar and pestle or a spice mill to draw out the most flavor and color. Then add ¼ cup warm water and let cool. This is the vibrant elixir to use in your paella buttery saffron rice and special occasion desserts