Iran Saffron

Those familiar with saffron know that there are different types of saffron in the market that have different prices. Suppliers of this product offer saffron to customers in a variety of categories, among which all three types of products are commonly found in the three words of the   Sargol, Pushal and Dasteh (bunch) . The basis of all these categories is what part of the field of saffron flower is present in the product. In fact, the type of saffron is not in the division, the place of production or the packaging company or the variety of cultivation of saffron, and this is only the red and yellow section of the saffron.
Separation of saffron in Iran usually involves three main types, and the other types are usually a special case of these three types. Before describing the types of saffron it is necessary to remind that the meaning of the stigma (Kalale) , the red part and the order of the cream (Khame), the yellow part of the string saffron.

 

Dasteh Saffron (Saffron bunch)

Dasteh Saffron (Saffron bunch)

Dasteh Saffron is one of the main and most basic types of saffron, which is obtained by mixing and drying a whole string of saffron

Pushal Saffron  ( Mancha Saffron)

Pushal Saffron ( Mancha Saffron)

Pushal saffron is actually a red section of saffron fillet with 1 to 3 mm of yellow cream. Pushal saffron has more red stigma part compare to Dasteh saffron, So the coloring power is also higher

Sargol Saffron  (all red saffron)

Sargol Saffron (all red saffron)

Sargol Saffron is actually what most of people have in mind about saffron. In this type, the creamy part (root) is completely removed and the whole red colored stigmas are separated from each other

Super Negin Saffron

Super Negin Saffron

Super Negin Saffron is in fact a special type of saffron, in which the three-pointed strands of red and thick stigma and without creamy part (yellow part)

Style Saffron (white saffron)

Style Saffron (white saffron)

By separating stigma part of saffron from creamy part (yellow part), the root remains, which is called Style Saffron (white saffron).