We’re UNIVERSAFFRON. We specialize exclusively in 100% pure red saffron threads of the highest quality in Brisbane. Our company’s main goal has always been dedicated to providing the finest quality saffron and top grades, free from any chemicals or additives.
Where does the best saffron come from? That may be up for debate, but currently, Iran is leading the pack.
Our saffron is made from the red stigmas of the saffron crocus, which have been carefully cut by hand and then dried naturally. This means that it loses no taste, vitamins, or nutrients in the drying process.
The quality of saffron proves just as fast as you can look and smell. We are confident you’ll believe us the minute you open up our Premium Quality saffron package and experience the beautiful natural bloody red colour, along with the incredible smooth nice smell. This is natural proof that there are no man-made substances inside; it is 100% authentic, high-quality saffron. The deep natural red colour is rated as “Grade 1 Saffron” in the world. This colour is exclusive to our company and it comes with an inspiring smell that you will not find anywhere else.
There are only three stigmas in each crocus flower, so Saffron in Brisbane is one of the rarest and most expensive spices in the world. It takes a lot of work to make a little bit of this spice. Most people only use it for special occasions, due to the high price tag.
Saffron is a magical spice that people have always been using as a natural cure for various problems. It has the power to promote overall body health with its use of natural components such as food and home remedies. It has the power to promote overall body health with its use of natural components such as food and home remedies. Manganese and vitamin C are just two of the many ingredients in saffron. These ingredients, as well as potassium, magnesium, iron, and vitamin B6, all work together to produce the magical benefits of saffron.
What Makes Our Saffron So Great?
Tired of those old-fashioned saffron threads? To find out if your saffron is fresh, look for the red-crimson colour on all threads (not just partial threads). If it’s not vibrant, it’s probably not fresh. You can also usually tell by looking at the texture. If it’s dry or powdery, it’s past its prime.
When buying saffron, check to see if the colour is vivid and all red. If it’s not, then the company is mixing it with other ingredients to make the product cheaper and charge more. A great way to check purity is to look for the strong, vivid red tips so that you know it’s all-natural and pure.
When you have a natural and pure product, you will most likely have a high-quality saffron. Saffron is graded using a system of three levels: grade 1, grade 2, and grade 3. In grade 1, you will find no stigmas that are any colour other than deep vivid red; in grades 2 and 3, you may find some stigmas that are either deep yellow or light brown.