Add A dash of Artisanal sea salt to your flavor profile
When the powdery stuff isn’t enough flavor, there's these
coffee & chocolate
Arabica coffee is used in this special mix. If you want that strong flavor on your meats, use this as a dry rub on your steaks. Reco: Sprinkle as a topping salt on cake or sweet drinks like iced chocolate.
Black PEPPER & celery
If you’re a fan of stews and soups, this particular infused salt is perfect for enhancing its flavors. Reco: Put this on salads and have a blast of flavor.
Aromatic with a sweet aftertaste, use this to season your fish and other seafoods. Reco: Want to grill some vegetables? Try a dash or two of these on your to-begrilled-greens.
In essence, your typical rock salt and sea salt are the same—they are of one chemistry. But sea salt is gourmet because, coming from the sea (rock salt is from a mine), they carry the taste of the sea. That's premium flavor. What we have here, though, is even better because different flavors are infused right into the crystals. Plus: it's a local product (Sally's Sea Salt). chili
Try this spicy number on red meats and poultry. Don’t worry, since it’s infused, the spiciness doesn’t linger around the lips.
Reco: Feel adventurous? Try some of these on a green mango.
Try marinating and dry brining meat and chicken with this best seller from Sally’s Sea Salt.
Reco: Put on top of scrambled eggs and enjoy!
lemon & orange
Perfect when you want to roast or bake some chicken. It’s also suitable for a dry rub on meats. Reco: Try this on the rim of your cocktail glasses or tequila shots.
Bursting with flavor