One of the most coveted salts by great chefs for their dynamism. Add depth to your dishes with these small sparks of sea in dishes with vegetables, fish and meat salads.
SALT OF THE WORLD
This salt from Hawaii, contains many minerals and activated carbon that gives it that characteristic black color and produces a slightly sulfuric aroma. With an earthy and smoky flavor, it is generally used as a finishing salt and to improve the appearance of the dishes.
Collection on the coast of Brittany, in the city of Guerande, is the most appreciated French sea salt. Its composition is delicate and its harvest careful. Its name is due to the smell of violets that fade slightly from the dry piles of white crystals. It is used in all types of dishes.
This salt from Bolivia is 3,700 meters high. Bolivia's Miroir Salt is extracted by hand. It is a soft salt that is harvested, dried and then sieved to obtain a uniform grain size. This salt can be used for all kinds of dishes, sauces and soups, meats, fish and salads.
Brick red and very tasty, this salt is enriched with red "alae" clay. This process gives a light hazelnut flavor. It helps to naturally seal the moisture of the meat when it is roasted. It is perfect for pickles, seafood dressing and grilled vegetables.
The Viking Salt is a salt of intense yellow color, which transforms the dishes with intense Nordic flavors to wood smoke, using an ancient Viking tradition that has recently been revived and reintroduced in the haute cuisine. It is an excellent way to bring complex flavors to simple dishes.
The bright blue salt of Persia is a sapphire blue rock salt, this color is due to silvinite. It contains many nutritional qualities, so it is considered a very valuable and unique salt in the world. It is used to accompany fish, salads and any type of dish.
From the Khewra mines, in the heart of the Himalayas, this rock salt is dyed by its iron content. Very pure, dry and not iodized, it is the ideal salt for your mill. Light up your tables and season all your dishes.
It comes from an ancient ocean, of which a part was trapped underground, and still feeds a spring in the Andes, in Maras in Peru, at approximately 3000 m altitude. Its crystals have a light pink hue with ivory notes, its strong flavor is due to a greater presence of iron and minerals essential for health, an ideal salt, a spectacle for the senses.