Light Grey Celtic Sea Salt
Totally unrefined, Light Grey Celtic sea salt is dried by the sun and the wind, retaining pockets of brine, filled with vital minerals and trace elements necessary for optimum health. This salt gets a light grey hue from the clay-lined salt ponds of Brittany, France.
Fine Ground Celtic Sea Salt
Fine ground sea salt begins as Light Grey sea salt and is then dried at a low temperature and stone ground. Perfect for baking and as a finishing salt, it has no additives and is not processed in any way beyond drying and grinding.
Flower of the Ocean Sea Salt
Flower of the Ocean is a natural phenomenon of the salt flats of Northern France. Only when the weather conditions are just right do these small, delicate crystals form naturally on the surface of the salt brine. Ideal as a finishing salt.
Hawaiian Deep Sea Salt
The island paradise of Hawaii is home to many natural wonders, and we are pleased to introduce a culinary wonder: Hawaiian Deep Sea Salt, produced in a state-of-the-art facility in Hawaii. Truly a marvel of nature and technology, this remarkable salt is naturally derived from pristine sea water harvested deep off the coast of Kailua-Kona, using a sustainable, proprietary method. In order to preserve the delicate balance of vital ocean minerals, the water is placed in pharmaceutical grade clean rooms, where large fans gently circulate the air continuously to evaporate the water, allowing beautiful, mineral rich salt crystals to form. This slat is only 76.9% sodium chloride and has an alkalizing pH of 10.22! Appreciated by gourmets around the world, the natural taste and subtle flavor of Hawaiian Deep Sea Salt make it a wonderful finishing salt. Great in a grinder, but also when used as a whole crystal, it dissolves on the taste buds with a sublime flavor.
Portuguese Sea Salt
From the scenic Algarve province of Portugal, this award winning salt will transform any dish with clean, elegant flavor. This salt comes from the salt basins near Tavira, in the Ria Formasa Natural Reserve, an area that is geographically ideal for natural salt harvesting. Rui Francisco Neves Dias, a fourth generation salter, family has managed the salt ponds in the Algarve for over 100 years. The salt is hand harvested and sun dried by the salt gatherers in the traditional manner. An analysis of the salt revealed that its mineral content came close to rivaling the of Celtic Sea Salt. The Flor de Sal received the "Superior Taste" award from the International taste & Quality Institute. The Portuguese salt comes in three varieties: coarse, ground, and flor de sal. The coarse is great in a grinder and for cooking, the ground in ideal for baking and use in a shaker, and the Flor de Sal is a delicate finishing salt, similar to Flower of the Ocean.