Pure Kashmiri Saffron

Quality Saffron, Pure in aroma

The finest Kashmiri Saffron bought directly from the farmers and is sent to the customers without any processing or blending. Since the intermediate traders are bypassed, the Saffron provided by Kesar Kottage is most affordable to customers and most profitable to farmers.

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Directly from the Nature’s lap
We do not cut or process the Saffron, so it retains the form with which it was harvested

Kashmiri Saffron Cultivation

Saffron is cultivated in various parts of the world like Iran, Spain etc. but Kashmiri Saffron is titled as the world’s best because of its unique fragrance. In Kashmir it is mainly cultivated in a region named as Pampore. The cultivation starts with the advent of summer and harvesting is done in early November (as the autumn ends),Know more about Saffron Cultivation in Kashmir

Uses of Saffron

The uses of Saffron are enormous. Because of its aroma it is used as a flavoring agent in various cuisines and beverages throughout the globe. Saffron has also find its use as a dying agent throughout the ages. Today Saffron is not only used as a spice but is used in the preparation of various medicines and cosmetic products. Check Uses of Saffron for detailed summary.

Kesar Kottage: Working Philosophy

The Kashmiri Saffron supply chain is facing a lot of challenges these days. The first and foremost challenge is the adulteration. Being the costliest one, it is often mixed with the low cost Saffron or fake material to increase the profit margin. The other challenge is the low upstream value share or simply the low share of Saffron value to its farmers. The main beneficiary of its high value are the traders and Suppliers.
Kesar Kottage was started to overcome the above stated challenges. We manage to collect saffron directly from farmers and deliver it to the customer with our online channel Know more about us
The claim that the Saffron on Kesar Kottage is most affordable to customer and most profitable to a farmer is supported by the fact that we add a nominal profit margin to the base price of the Saffron. Click pricing evaluation by Kesar Kottage to know more