Pistachios grown in the town of Bronte, in Sicily, are known by Italians as “green gold”. And the moment you eat an arancino at an old school local bar, it's easy to see why. Pistachio is a small tree that grows in Central Asia and the Middle East. Pistachios from Iran, Syria, Western Afghanistan and Turkmenistan are world famous.
Its fruits are small and delicious. The word “pistachio” comes from the Persian language. Pistachios are commonly harvested every two years. The best pistachio in the world, pistachio is a small tree native to the Middle East and Central Asia and grows in countries such as Iran, Syria, Turkmenistan and western Afghanistan.
If its penetrating brain sounds audible, pistachio has been artificially aquatic, meaning that the pistachio type has never been smiled before. Many advocates believe that Brontë pistachio tastes better than the rest of the European pistachio and will stay green and fresh for longer. Now, Greece is the largest exporter of pistachio in Europe and the sixth largest in the world, making pistachio an integral part of the country's agricultural production. Although pistachio accounts for only one percent of global pistachio production, it is by far the most expensive.
The pistachio shell is naturally beige, but can be dyed red or green on commercial pistachios. After peeling and drying them, pistachios are classified according to their open-mouthed and closed-mouth shells, and then roasted or processed in special machines to produce pistachio kernels.