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Types of Saffron

French : Safran
French : Safran

Add the wine to the orange and saffron mix, then stir in the ginger, apricot and biscuit crumbs. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Lush alpine meadows combine with soaring peaks, splashed with the saffron colours of swaths of birch trees.

German : Safron
German : Safron

This saffron is perfect for throwing on vindaloo day. Dieser Safran ist ideal um ihn am Vindaloo Tag zu werfen. What's remarkable about saffron is that everyone's palate experiences it differently.

Indian : Kesar, Kesram, Khesa, Zafran
Indian : Kesar, Kesram, Khesa, Zafran

Indian: kesar, kesram, khesa, zafran. Saffron is known by different names in various Indian languages. In Sanskrit, the plant is named as Keshara, Kunkuma, Aruna, Asra and Asrika. The Hindi and Punjabi names of the plant are Zaffran and Kesar and it is called as Zaffran in Bengali.

Italian : Zafferano
Italian : Zafferano

Aquila is also famous since the Middle Ages for the production of an excellent quality of saffron, imported from the Spanish in the 16th century, which has recently obtained the DOP certification. Anche gli aromi come per esempio il basilico, la menta, l'origano, il rosmarino, lo zafferano, l'alloro e semi di finocchio, assumono un ruolo decisivo nella caratterizzazione delle pietanze tipiche.

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Spanish : Azafran
Spanish : Azafran

Called azafran by the Spanish this variety of saffron spice is mellow, sweet, and floral. The aroma is irreplaceable: musky, honeyed, floral, bitter, and fierce. You’ll find the perfume to be hypnotic. The flavor is penetratingly husky, earthy, with notes of honey and violet. The Spanish variety of saffron is by and far the most prized.

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