Discover this wonderful spice with an exceptional taste and aromatic power. Passing on the passion of saffron to our consumers through our range of products. Aware of the ignorance of this spice, we want to inform our customers and offer them different ways to put saffron and its derivatives on their plate.
In 1998, Micheline Sylvestre acquired a farm in Saint-Damien in Lanaudière. After gradually leaving the world of cinema, she settled in the country. In recent years, Micheline has been interested in the products of her region. She becomes a member of the Board of Directors of the Brandon Solidarity Market, a virtual market that favors local purchasing. In 2012 she enrolled in a course of NWFP (Non-Timber Forest Products) and develops interest in new crops. Saffron appears to be the best choice. Micheline was looking for ways to showcase her land. His curiosity was piqued by a report on saffron broadcast on Radio-Canada Radio in November 2013. It undertakes research on saffron, spice unknown in Quebec. She enrolled in a training course on her culture and production. She goes on an adventure in the world of saffron trees. The first bulbs are planted in the summer of 2014. A few weeks later the first flowers are pointing the nose. Happiness! This success encouraged him to prepare the ground for the purpose of increasing production in the fall of 2015. In the summer of 2016 several thousand bulbs were added to the saffron.