Milan Kordestani was born and bred in Stanford, California, and attended Phillip Brooks Elementary school. He then moved to Eaton Square School, but before finishing, his family had to move to London due to unavoidable circumstances. The move did not last for long, and in 2010, Kordestani relocated back to the Bay Area where he was enrolled at Sacred Heart Preparatory for his high school diploma.
Milan Kordestani is avid equestrian. He started riding horses at a tender age after being involved in a trial riding accident. His journey in the sport began in Atherton, but his talents propelled him to competing at different high-level championships in the world. Using a horse named, CH His Supreme Reflection, he won the first leg 2015 Triple Crown. He finished fourth at the World Championship Horse Show, and third at the American Royal which is the third stage of the Triple Crown. Kordestani continues to woo fans around the world and inspire the youth to join the sport.
Other than his endeavors in equestrian, Milan Kordestani is an entrepreneur. He is the proprietor of Milan Farms. A company he started while in high school that primarily deals with saffron, eggs, and poultry. The production happens in several farms across the United States. Kordestani is best known for being the first farmer to try out the hydroponic technique of growing saffron on microfiber sponges. He is the founder as well as the chief executive of the farm. He is still a student in San Francisco and doubles up as an article author for the Huffington Post.
Milan Kordestani started Milan Farms back in 2015. His primary objectives were to create an organic and humane system to grow pure saffron and raise poultry. Today, the farm offers mint, saffron, and organic eggs. The farm is always ready to provide a legitimate option to every customer; they use organic options for their plants and are open about how they raise their animals. In 2016, the Milan Farms logo and brand was trademarked and soon after expansion began. It now operates three other farms which supply eggs across the west coast, including in Colorado and distributes saffron all over the world.