Intense, Earthy, Aromatic
Pasta, Rice and Eggs
Risotto, White Cheddar Macaroni, Ravioli in Cream Sauce, Popcorn, Olive Oil and Bread
Ancient Greeks believed that white truffles were formed when lightning hit wet soil. These fabled and rare fungi are only found near the roots of oak, hazel and beech trees in the forests of Northern Italy, particularly near Alba and Asti. Prized for their intoxicating and entirely unique aroma, white truffles are one of the most luxurious gourmet accents to any foodies pantry.
White Truffle Sea Salt is infused with the distinctive mouthwatering aroma of Italian truffles. Use it to add an indulgent, earthy flavour to pasta, risotto or eggs or elevate your popcorn to gourmet status.
White Truffle sea salt
28 x 1/4 Tsp
Pungent, Floral, Sulphury
Italian and Spanish Dishes, Olive Oil, Fish, Scallops, Shrimp
Pure sea salt flavoured with freshly ground garlic and parsley adds a Mediterranean flair to every dish it touches.
Garlic and Parsley Sea Salt and a few drops of olive oil is an easy but sensational dressing for boiled vegetables or salads. This blend pairs particularly well with mushrooms in traditional Italian and Spanish recipes and is delicious with eggs.
Sea Salt, Garlic, Parsley
28 x 1/4 Tsp
Pork, Red Meat, Fish, Salads
Grilled Steaks, Caprese Salad with Heirloom Tomatoes, Roast Pork Shoulder, Avocado Toast, Ahi Poke and Tuna Tartare
This bright red sea salt whose proper name is Alaea Rouge is the salt used by Hawaiian people in their everyday life. Its color comes from the vibrant local volcanic clay, which is absorbed by salt grains during the drying process. This salt is rich in iron, which adds a zesty and slightly nutty aftertaste.
It is perfect to season traditional Hawaiian dishes like Lau Lau (pork rolled in taro leaves) or Poke (raw fish salad), but it is also a fantastic match with grilled meat or fish since it pairs excellently with smoky flavors. It also makes a gorgeous vibrantly hued garnish.
Natural Pacific Sea Salt, Premium Baked Hawaiian Red Alaea Essence (natural ocean electrolytes, trace minerals and elements
28 x 1/2 Tsp
Fish, Eggs, Roasted Vegetables, Soups
Grilled Eggplant, Seared Tuna or Ceviche, Tomato or Avocado Toast with Goat Cheese or Ricotta, Sunny-Side-Up Eggs or Eggs Benedict, Olive-Oil Brushed Pizza Crust or Dinner Rolls
This special black salt is native of Molokai, in the Hawaiian Islands. It derives its color from the minerals of volcanic lava and vegetable charcoal which are added during the drying phase. This peculiar salt has less sodium than regular sea saltand is richer in minerals and nutrients.
Hawaiian black salt has a slightly bitter taste with a smoky note due to volcanic minerals Its aroma can be enhanced by sprinkling on grilled meat or fish. It is also suitable to season vegetables or salads and it provides an eye-catching garnish any every dish.
Hawaiian Black Lava Sea Salt
28 x 1/4 Tsp