Saffron La Yunta

Saffron ” La Yunta ” TRADITION , SELECT , LA MANCHA, SPAIN.

Saffron was introduced to Spain during Arab rule. During the 8th and 9th centuries the product was monopolized by the Andalusi gentry class. Arabic cooking was very rich in herbaceous flavourings, and all orchards included seedbeds for such plants, particularly cumin, caraway, black cumin, cress, sweet anise, fennel, aniseed, coriander, mustard, spearmint, peppermint and parsley. But the most important flavouring for the Muslim economy was saffron, used as a colouring and an essential condiment in the majority of dishes.

LA YUNTA Saffron. A “yunta” refers to a pair of oxen, mules or other animals, fitted with a yoke, a traditional wooden tool used by our ancestors to ensure they pulled worked together to assist with farm labour or carry harvest loads. This is traditional, every day saffron cultivated in La Mancha..

LA YUNTA Saffron is our Select Saffron, the kind that was always in ours grandmothers´ kitchen and in those recipes passed on from generation to generation.

LA YUNTA Saffron: TRADITION , SELECTION , OUR MANCHA .

REF-002Y

Net Weight: 28,35 g

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Net Weight: 5 g

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Net Weight: 1 g

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Net Weight: 5 g

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Net Weight: 1 g

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Net Weight: 2 g

REF-250Y

Net Weight: 25 g (25 Uds x 1 g)