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Sadaf Rock Candy with Saffron 8 oz is a pack with 8 oz stringed rock candy that has a perfect saffron aroma and taste. You should store this product in a dry and room temperature place. The product has a zipper on it that makes the utilization and storing straightforward. For better-using life, You’d better close the zipper after using. Carry the product carefully to avoid broken candy. Iranians serve this candy next to tea to moderate the bitter taste of tea. You can also serve it next to coffee if it matches your taste.
Rock Candy or Nabat:
Rock candy is originally from Asia, Iran. Nabat (نبات)is the Persian term for rock candy. Iranians use a lot of rock candy for different purposes. They usually serve it next to tea as a sweetening item. They also mix it with some herbal extracts such as mint extract to cure some diseases. A typical traditional Iranian mother will cure your stomach ache with a cup of Persian tea mixed with some rock candy and maybe mint extract. Iranians also use rock candy to sweeten some Persian desserts such as Ferni or Sholeh Zard. Although the primary ingredient is sugar to sweeten these desserts, you can use saffron rock candy, too.
Rock candy is healthier than white sugar:
Indeed, rock candies are crystal candies. They make rock candies with sugar and water. It almost takes seven days for rock candy to shape in large crystal shape sugars form. Some people believe that rock candies are healthier than sugar. Iranians that tend to use lots of them claim that those who consume the same amount of rock candy instead of sugar may have lower blood sugar levels. Moreover, Serving tea with rock candy is more beautiful than serving it with sugar!