“Can I put saffron in my coffee?” or “Can you put saffron in coffee?” or “Can you add saffron to coffee” These are the questions that people ask themselves. We answered them below.
Coffee with saffron
Making coffee with saffron can add a unique and exotic flavor to your cup of joe. Here’s a simple recipe to make coffee with saffron:
Ingredients for making saffron coffee
- Ground Ana Qayen saffron: a teaspoon
- Or a pinch of saffron threads (about 10-12 threads)
- Ground cardamom: a teaspoon
- Rose: A glass
- 1 cup of water
- 1 tablespoon of ground coffee
- Sugar or sweetener (optional)
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Instructions for making saffron coffee
- Start by grinding your coffee beans to a medium-coarse consistency if you have whole beans. Alternatively, you can use pre-ground coffee.
- In a small saucepan, bring the water to a boil. Add the saffron threads to the boiling water and let them steep for about 5 minutes. This will allow the saffron to release its flavor and color.
- After the saffron has steeped, add the ground coffee to the saucepan. Stir it gently to ensure the coffee is fully submerged in the water.
- Reduce the heat to low and let the coffee steep for about 4-5 minutes. This will allow the flavors to meld together and the coffee to brew.
- After the steeping time, remove the saucepan from the heat and let it sit for a minute to allow the coffee grounds to settle at the bottom.
- Carefully pour the coffee into your cup, ensuring you leave behind the coffee grounds at the bottom of the saucepan. You can use a fine-mesh strainer or a coffee filter to strain out any remaining grounds if necessary.
- If desired, you can sweeten your saffron coffee with sugar or your preferred sweetener. Stir well to combine.
- Serve your saffron coffee hot and enjoy the unique and aromatic flavors.
Note: Feel free to adjust the amount of saffron and coffee according to your taste preferences. The above measurements are a general guideline, and you can experiment to find the perfect balance of flavors for your liking.
This was one of the recipes for preparing saffron coffee. In the following, other preparation versions are described.
Saffron Coffee is one of the traditional drinks in Shushtar, Iran. This drink is more like saffron tea than coffee. The people of Shushtar use this drink in courtship ceremonies to satisfy the bride.
In the following, we will explain more about this type of coffee.
Saffron in coffee
When we talk about coffee, the image of a brown-colored drink that also has a relatively bitter taste comes to mind; But the first thing you need to know about saffron coffee is that this drink is nothing but brewed saffron and is more like saffron tea than coffee.
This hot and sweet drink is made by the people of Shushtar in a courtship ceremony and they use it as a symbol to convey their message to the groom’s family. Whenever saffron coffee is served at the bride’s house, it means that the bride’s family responds positively and everyone should sweeten their mouths.
For some of the people who live in the southern part of Iran, saffron coffee is a traditional coffee that is served with special etiquette, but you can go to it whenever you feel like serving a hot aromatic drink and enjoy the special taste and aroma.
How to prepare saffron coffee
In the following, we will review how to make saffron coffee.
To make this traditional drink, pour all the ingredients into a small teapot or kettle and bring it to a boil over a low flame. When the ingredients start to boil, place on a teapot, turn off the flame, and leave the teapot for about three to four minutes to brew the coffee.
This hot drink is served in narrow glasses and is served to the people (who have come for marriage) until it is hot. Since the spicy aroma of saffron and rose is the main feature of this drink, it is usually enough to drink a small cup.
How much saffron is in the coffee
In the types of saffron coffee that we have described in this article, usually, a small amount of saffron is used.
For example, in Arabic coffee, which we will discuss later, only a quarter of a teaspoon of saffron is used.
Or in the saffron coffee mentioned above, only one teaspoon is used.
The benefit of saffron in coffee
Coffee is one of the most popular drinks among all people in the world. This drink has many properties and most nutritionists recommend eating it.
Sometimes traditional medicine experts are similar to Western nutritionists and doctors, and sometimes they disagree, and coffee is one of them.
According to traditional medicine doctors, coffee alone can be harmful to the human body and even damage the heart, and it should be consumed with its complement.
They believe that saffron is a good complement for coffee and by adding a few strands of saffron to coffee, you will be safe from its harm and you can enjoy eating it and use its health benefits.
Saffron with Arabic coffee
Arabic saffron coffee takes about half an hour, but you will always remember the taste that it prepares for you.
How to prepare Arabic coffee with saffron
To prepare this drink, you need to prepare the ingredients, which we will explain to you here for 5 people:
Arabic coffee: two teaspoons (ground)
Cardamom: a teaspoon (preferably ground)
Clove: a quarter of a teaspoon (ground)
Saffron: a quarter of a teaspoon (ground)
Now, to prepare it, it is enough to pour about 1 liter of water into the pot and then add your ground coffee to it and mix it. Then put it on the heat, and after it boils, take the time and cook for 15 minutes. Let this continue.
In the next step, all you have to do is add your saffron, and cloves to the coffee and let your coffee absorb its full flavor for 5 minutes.
After this time, turn off the heat and strain your coffee and pour it into your cups and enjoy drinking it with your family.
About Ana Qayen
We are a supplier of Iranian saffron and we supply saffron from the best fields of saffron in Iran. It should be mentioned that nearly 90 percent of saffron in the world is produced in Iran. We have also an agency in Lyon, France and you can also buy our saffron in Europe.
Apart from saffron, we also supply other products from Iran including pistachio, rosebuds, Mazafati Date, and barberry. If you want to buy any type of product from Iran, we can supply you. You may contact us via the Contact Us page or WhatsApp. Also, you may see our different saffron packaging on our Buy Saffron online page.
When you want to buy saffron in bulk, you should be sure about the quality of the saffron that you are buying. Our saffron has got a European certificate from the SAI CHIMIE lab which is one of the most famous labs in Europe.
Also, our saffron is packaged in different and luxurious packages. You can see our different packing below. You can buy saffron in bulk with these packages in our online shop. You can also find us on social media via Instagram, Facebook, Linkedin, Pinterest, and Youtube. In the following, you can see our different packaging of saffron.