This spice has been prized throughout the ages and has been used in many applications: as dye of fabrics, medicine, seasoning of foods and in cosmetics and perfumery.

Saffron has many uses in perfumery; it is a very important element in all spicy fragrances and evokes memories and scents of the Orient, India and the Mediterranean.

Saffron is the most expensive spice in the world: it is known as red gold and can reach a market value of up to 30.000 per kilo. The reason for its price is its complicated manufacturing process. Each bulb takes 2 years to flower and usually bears a single flower. This flower grows very low, very close to the ground and must be harvested by hand and early in the morning before they open and the sun or rain can spoil them.


A spice that has value for its own aroma and for the long, artisan and costly production process. Every time we perceive the scent of saffron let us think of how many flowers had to be cut before dawn, so that we can enjoy this perfume.

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