A Spice We All Love

We work hard to bring you the highest quality Iranian saffron spice, pistachio nuts and in the near future some top-quality cinnamon. Our aim is to do this as ethically and humanely as possible.

Without our team of hardworking farmers in Iran we would not able to bring you such magnificent products.

We are also very conscious of the pressures on our planet, so we feel it’s vital to take a greener approach and reduce our carbon footprint where possible.

An array of colourful spices and herbs - Learn what saffron is used for

What Are Saffron's Main Uses ?

In Cooking

Saffron is especially good when used in cooking seafood dishes such as bouillabaisse and paella. It is also used in risotto and other rice dishes.

Try adding some to your next beef stew or tomato-based sauce. To make a wonderful marinade for fish, add saffron threads, garlic, and thyme to vinegar.

More Recipes and Information

Medicinal Use

Herbal medicine is becoming more and more popular. The stigmas of our favourite spice are found in medicinal supplements for asthma, whooping cough and as an expectorant to loosen phlegm.

You can learn more about the amazing health benefits of saffron here. 

So the next time someone asks “What is saffron used for?” you will be able to tell them.

Which Countries Mainly Grow It ?

Iran is still world leading producer of saffron followed by India and Spain, in recent years Afghanistan has increased its production and will soon join the top producers.  

Worldwide Production Data – Iran Leads The Way