Celebrated for its colourant, aromatic and flavour-enhancing abilities, Saffron was also famous for its therapeutic and aphrodisiac properties in the Greek mythology. Wealthy Roman families scattered saffron threads on the bridal beds of newlywed couples.
Indian Ethnic Flavour Made with Finest Ingredients Mixed to Perfection
Sugar, Water, Acidity Regulator (INS330), Added Class II Preservative (INS211), CONTAINS PERMITTED SYNTHETIC FOOD COLOURS (INS102, INS110) AND ADDED FLAVOURS (NATURE-IDENTICAL FLAVOURING SUBSTANCES)
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