Add A dash of Ar­ti­sanal sea salt to your fla­vor pro­file

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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

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