Everest Saffron

Everest Saffron is the first company to brand authentic Saffron from Nepal, plus the first ever company to export it to the world. Our farmers harvest it in the suitable and favourable climate of Jumla and Dolpo region of Nepal.

Also, the production of Saffron is limited since more than 500 purple saffron flowers are hand-picked - producing only Saffron in meagre quantity. From July to September, farmers plant the flowers and when the flowers bloom to their reddest - farmers hand-pick them from Early October to Late November.

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Everest Saffron is obtained from a purple flower called “Crocus Sativus” - which also goes by the name “Saffron Crocus”.The lively golden strands ooze out with the aromatic and authentic taste of Nepal. Saffron extracts are used as a flavour enhancer to the dishes and as a fragrance in perfume as well as a natural dye.
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Why Everest Saffron

Everest Saffron is obtained from a purple flower called “Crocus Sativus” - which also goes by the name “Saffron Crocus”.The lively golden strands ooze out with the aromatic and authentic taste of Nepal. Saffron extracts are used as a flavour enhancer to the dishes and as a fragrance in perfume as well as a natural dye. Everest Saffron is obtained from a purple flower called “Crocus Sativus” - which also goes by the name “Saffron Crocus”.The lively golden strands ooze out with the aromatic and authentic taste of Nepal. Saffron extracts are used as a flavour enhancer to the dishes and as a fragrance in perfume as well as a natural dye. Everest Saffron is obtained from a purple flower called “Crocus Sativus” - which also goes by the name “Saffron Crocus”.The lively golden strands ooze out with the aromatic and authentic taste of Nepal. Saffron extracts are used as a flavour enhancer to the dishes and as a fragrance in perfume as well as a natural dye. Everest Saffron is obtained from a purple flower called “Crocus Sativus” - which also goes by the name “Saffron Crocus”.The lively golden strands ooze out with the aromatic and authentic taste of Nepal. Saffron extracts are used as a flavour enhancer to the dishes and as a fragrance in perfume as well as a natural dye.

FAQ

Absolutely, consuming saffron can actually improve your eyesight, mood, and sleep patterns. Also, not to forget - it gives you a vibrating face glow.

Although saffron doesn’t expire, storing it in a loosely-fitted jar can make saffron less effective. Also, it loses its flavor and fragrance as it ages.

Steep 2-4 saffron strands in the warm milk and leave it for 5-10 minutes until you can feel its aroma. You can also add almonds, cashews, or any of your preferred dried fruits in it.

The recommended dosage is to take up to 1.5 grams of saffron but exceeding the limit might be toxic for you.

First, consume saffron in hot water for 20 minutes to let it release its full color and flavor, and then you can finally add the water to your recipe.

Yes, saffron is impeccable for arthritis since it contains anti-inflammatory.

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