Saffron sugar is not only a sweetener. Sugar with saffron can be used to reconcile and enhance other tastes and flavors. Used in very small quantities in the cuisine, this sugar gives a more expressive taste, a characteristic aroma to every dish.
Saffron (Lot. Safranum). Today, the main saffron growers and exporters to the world are Spain, Iran, Kashmir, China. Saffron is the most expensive spice in the world and is called the “king of spices”. Saffron’s flavor is characterized by noticeable heat and bitterness. It is commonly used for rice, pasta, potatoe dishes, tomato sauces, milk, pastries, sweet drinks, sweets. In the times of the Roman Empire, in order to indulge as much passion as possible, the bedding, in which the newlyweds spent the first night, was rubbed with saffron, sprinkled with lily and saffron petals.
Saffron, the true king in all the dishes and drinks. Saffron’s flavor is characterized by noticeable heat and bitterness.