Introducing the types of saffron along with the differences Negin saffron

Negin saffron is the first type of saffron that we intend to examine Negin saffron only has the red parts of the saffron stigma and there is no yellow or white in it. Negin saffron itself is divided into several quality grades

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Introducing the types of saffron along with the differences Negin saffron

, Negin saffron is the first type of saffron that we intend to examine.

The best type of saffron available is Negin saffron because it has a great aroma and a very good coloring, and the majority of saffron exports from Iran to the whole world are from this type of Negin saffron. It is not white in color, there is no curling in it, it has a beautiful color and shape, and the three branches of the stigma in Negin saffron are completely separate from each other. Different types of negin saffron are:

Super negin saffron 

Semi negin saffron 

Second grade negin saffron

Negin Persi saffron

Super Negin saffron

Super Negin saffron is one of the best types of saffron and most of them use this type for export. This type of saffron has a beautiful appearance and high quality color.

Second Grade negin Saffron

Second Grade negin Saffron: The quality of this type of saffron is from medium to high quality and is a good option for export.

Negin saffron and Pushal

if we compare the Negin saffron with the ordinary Pushal saffron , means the same root or corner, that they are very similar to each other, but they are different in terms of their thickness.and normal pushal saffron is more subtle than the negin saffron

Semi-negin saffron

Semi-negin saffron: This type of saffron has lower quality, but the positive point is that it has a reasonable price.

Negin persi saffron

This type of saffron has recently become popular and is suitable for export, and the difference is in the way it is dried

Pushal saffron

Pushal saffron: It has a red stigma with some cream between 3 and 5 mm. This type of saffron has more survival than other saffron flowers. In general, from every 100 kg of saffron, approximately 1 kg of Pushal we get. The characteristics of Pushal saffron have The whiteness in it is intertwined and curled, its strands are coiled and have a beautiful color, but their pieces are not attached to each other.

Sargol saffron

Sargol saffron: This type of saffron is available in packages of one gram and one mug for daily use. It has high coloring power and a very good flavor. There is no yellow part in this type of saffron

Cumin

Cumin: is a medicinal plant from the mint family, which is used as a spice in many foods and the raw material in the production of medicinal products