India, of course!
Where are the saffron-tinted saffron lamps (and which Indian lamp manufacturer does that?)
India itself has a large number of lamp plants that produce saffron oil and also have the luxury of a high enough quality of the oil to be used for saffron lamps.
Saffron itself is very rich in iron and very resistant to rust. The lamps are light-weight and so are quite economical and economical in terms of their energy use.
Are saffron-tinted glass and crystal or saffron-free crystal lamps available in India?
Saffron-free crystal lamps can be purchased in India as well as in other countries. You do not have to apply any colour or tint to create a blue saffron colour. Most saffron crystal lamps contain a yellow coating that prevents the light from reflecting or scattering the saffron.
What if I want to make saffron-infused foods?
How long will it be before I get to make saffron-infused drinks such as a saffron daal?
Until a few years ago, saffron was primarily used as a flavouring agent in many kinds of drinks, such as tea and chocolate. However, the industry now has a growing market in food preparation and the prices of saffron have improved considerably over the last few years. In fact, many food recipes are now quite demanding of the quality of the saffron.
What is the best way to eat and drink saffron?
Saffron is traditionally a food ingredient, but it is possible to add saffron to a beverage and to make a delicious combination as a food. The best way is to make your own, which is what you can find in India. There are different ways to do this. Since there is little or no saffron in India’s main cities, it is possible to make saffron by roasting the seeds in a mortar and pestle. Or, the Indian saffron is dried before use.
Why don’t Indian cuisine and other Asian cuisines have as much of a strong taste of saffron?
For two reasons. First, saffron is a major ingredient, as you will notice, and it is not very well understood in Asia. Second, the taste, in India and other parts of the world, is too much