Food Review: Iranian Saffron

We went to Al Meera Hypermarket located near the airport, and among locally produced products they also sold saffron. Of course, these expensive babies were stored in a locked glass box behind the bags counter. Because saffron is off season now, the glass box wasn't even locked properly, and the key was dangling on its key hole. But they were cheap, cheaper than Spanish saffron and even cheaper after I converted and did the math in Ringgit

The cheapest saffron was 17 riyals for 2 grams but it wasn't the best saffron, the darker the shade of red saffron, the better it is


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