This salt is as natural as seawater. In fact, it is extracted from there, specifically from the salt mine of Iran that, millions of years ago, were occupied by lakes that have evaporated. What is there now is salt rock.
But why is it blue? Before, the lakes had blue salts? No, what happened is that at the bottom there was a rock called Silvita, which is what has given it this color.
From a culinary point of view, the one that we all like, it is a thick salt with a crunchy texture. You can add it in grains or crumble it with your fingers on the plate, whatever you prefer!
Of course, we warn you that the first contact with the tongue is strange, it seems that it stings. But don’t worry, this lasts for thousandths of a second to give way to a soft, subtle, and delicate sensation. It’s delicious!
We recommend adding it to dishes before serving. Thus the blue color will do its thing on an aesthetic level, providing a more glamorous touch.
Most people who have tried it use it in meats, grilled fish, and desserts. And most curiously, it is also used to decorate the edges of cocktail glasses.
Whatever use you want to give it, the first thing is to have it in your kitchen. So add this history-filled tube to your cart and order now.