Black Stone Flower (Dagad Phool, Kalpasi, Phathar Ka Phool, Chadilo).
Packaging and Delivery
The upper surface is dark green or black and is whiter inside. Botanically, it belongs to the Parmelia Perlata family and it is referred to as 'foliose' meaning that each flower is vaguely similar to foliage or leaves and florae. It also resembles mushrooms. It is also known as Kalpasi. It is very popular in Indian delicacies and snacks. It has strong earthy aroma and a very dry, light fluffy texture and feel to it.
The spice gives the signature black color to the masala. These are available in specialty grocery chains in India. I also found them at exclusive spice and condiments store. It is a rare dried flower, a dominant spice in all chettinad preparations.
1. MOISTURE:-BELOW 14%
2. ORIGIN: - INDIA
3. CROP: - 2012
4. CERTIFICATION: - SGS
5. PACKING: - 5-10 KG AS PER BUYER
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