From Caspian sea

Tea drinking culture in Iran goes back to the 17th century. In 1899 Prince Mohammad Mirza known as “Kashef Al Saltaneh” who was born in Lahijan, imported Indian tea and started its cultivation in Lahijan.

Lahijan is the first town in Iran to have tea plantations and in 1934 the first modern style tea factory was built. With its mild weather, soil quality and fresh spring water, Lahijan stands to have the largest area of tea cultivation in Iran.

Annually more than 30 thousand tones tea is produced in Iran, of which 30% has a very high quality. All kind of black, green and white teas are produced. However, black tea production is dominant.

From Kashan, Shiraz

The Persian selection of herbs is one of the most diverse selections in the world. Enjoying a great span of climate variation and soil types, as well as different altitudes have given birth to several different herbal cultivation in Iran.

These characteristics give the possibility to the farmers to cultivate herbs without the use of any kind of toxicants.

Several of the Persian herbs are grown wildly in high lands or mountains. Being absolutely natural, our selection of the best quality of Persian herbs and infusions offer the maximum quality in aroma and taste.

From Khorasan, Kerman

Saffron, the most famous and valuable spice in the world, has its home in Iran. Serai.Global offers three different quality of Saffron to its costumer. All our products are certified and regularly analyzed to guarantee the quality.

Still, Saffron is not the only Iranian spice. In our selection of spices, you can find various type of wild Thyme, Pennyroyal, Black and green cumin and even more. Although some of these spices might be found elsewhere, however, being harvested wildly and from most virgin areas in Iran, they leave a memorable aroma and sapor to any taster.

from all over Iran

Termeh is the name of a type of Persian handwoven fabric, produced primarily in the Yazd province. The colours used are natural and the strings are silk.

SERAI offers a variety of handmade products such as Termeh bags and table cloths.

From Rafsanjan, Tabriz, Urmia

Iran is the fourth largest fruit producer in the world. Drying fruits in order to conserve them for a longer time has always been done in Iran.

Having lots of sun, our dried fruits are processed and dried naturally. Using the sun to dry them, not only preserves the vitamins in the fruit, but also adds further benefits to it.

What our clients say about us

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La foglia è spezzettata, con frammenti di varie grandezze, scura uniforme e ben lavorata. Dopo l’infusione la foglia si presenta elastica ed “asciutta” segno di grande qualità. In tazza il liquore è molto scuro, leggermente torbido, con cristallizzazioni sulla superficie. L’aroma è molto intenso, leggermente aggrumato con note fiorite, sapido, forte ed equilibrato. Al palato il sapore è intenso e avvolgente, dolce e con un’elegante nota amara che pervade la bocca. Si percepisce distintamente la nota aggrumata e un leggero gusto di melassa finale che rimane sul retro della lingua. Molto persistente, lascia la bocca piacevolmente pulita con una nota speziate che permane a lungo. Adatto ad essere arricchito da una nuvola di latte o da qualche pistillo di zafferano.

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