Saff Tali: Moroccan Saffron 0.5g

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Saff Tali: Moroccan Saffron 0.5g

12.00

Being one of the smallest saffron producing countries, Morocco’s focus is on quality not quantity. Saffron draws out a huge amount of nutrients from the soil, so to have the best crop, land can only be used once every five years to grow this product. Morocco is one of the few places to abide completely to this rule. Include the perfect climate and an eco-friendly mentality and Morocco’s saffranal quality rate (compromising of categories like strength of flavour, colour and smell) is between 228% and 240% comparing favourably with Iran’s 160%. The more common spanish saffron is another big step below even Iran’s. The higher the quality the less is needed to affect a dish.

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A friendship between Sebastien Fiducia and Jake Balfour-Lynn and an idea led to the duo going to Morocco to import it’s saffron to London and Paris. Seb having spent his early life in Morocco, knew his way round the people and locations and Jake being a film director, took charge of the presentation and marketing aspect. Embellishing it in bespoke packaging, the ‘Saharan Red Gold’ doesn’t look out of place wrapped as a gift or on the shelf of a restaurant that prides itself on high-end produce. A recent trend is even leading it towards mixologists and gin and vodka makers.

Ingredients: Saffron

Shelf Life: 2 years