Eric and Sabine started, in 2009, their very own saffron farm. Proud of 120,000, bulbs it is now the biggest in Belgium
A pinch of exotism
Once the most expensive spice in the world, saffron is now widely used - for cooking, dyeing fabric...
Stop by the farm during the blooming season (October) to see how these flowers are grown and turned in to spice, liqueurs, cordials, vinegar... There is a shop on site but do have a look at the online boutique too!
Visits can be arranged in French, Dutch and German. Please book in advance.
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