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Saffron Tea - the golden elixir

Ready to serve instant tea. Unlike green teas, this rare organic golden elixir is an antioxidant that is a natural cleanser of body toxins, builds immunity against severe cold and runs into an encyclopedia of medicinal benefits, let aside its unmatched aroma and crimson hue. A morning cup, evening tea or warm liquor after supper, can be mesmerising. Unfortunately it remains the tea of the privileged and is only served upon guests of honor.
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#soilofIndia #PureSaffronHerbalTea Saffron. The golden elixir. Ready to serve instant #tea. Unlike green teas, this rare organic golden elixir is an anti oxidant that is a natural cleanser of body toxins, builds immunity against severe cold and runs into an encyclopedia of medicinal benefits, let aside its unmatched aroma and crimson hue.

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Saffron Tea - From the rolling meadows in the highlands of the Kashmir valley, grows this elusive tiny flower. Saffron. Derived from the 3 dried stigmas of each purple saffron crocus, it takes anything from 70,000 to 250,000 flowers to make just one pound (450 grams) of pure saffron.

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Preparation OPTION 1: Make a Cup - Take just 4-5 strands of saffron in a cup pour boiling hot water, stir gently (few seconds) till the water turns into a soft golden elixir and its aroma leaves you spell bound. OPTION 2: Make a Carafe - 1. On the other hand you may brew the saffron in your hand blown carafe / china, with boiling hot water for just a minute or so and serve in a tea cup / liquor glass / cognac balloon, as per the pause you wish to take. Enjoy!

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Pure Saffron Herbal Tea - This amazing saffron, in its pure and natural form, comes from a family that has been tendering this delicate plant for over 147 years, across 50 hectares of farm land in the highlands of Kashmir. Every flower is handpicked, left to dry naturally and then each of the 3 stigmas per flower is plucked and sorted tirelessly, virtually throughout the frozen winter months, while the valley remains cut off from the rest of the world. Enjoy the privilege of it's servings. -

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Claimed as the most expensive spice in the world, its delicate aroma and golden hue have captured the hearts of aristocracy since time and till this day, is sought after by connoisseurs across the world.

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