This is the kind of flavor that will brighten up your day! Use on pasta, seafood, salad greens, sauteed spinach, roasted veggies, grilled chicken...well you get the idea-pretty much everything! Try a pinch in a lemon drop martini or around the rim of your lemonade on a hot summer's day.
This is the salt that leads other salts. It took a leadership class in college and has a really fun, inclusive and humble personality. You could say that the other salts look up to this salt. Great on tacos, chicken, fish, veggies and, of course, the rim of your margarita.
Garden grown and loved rosemary is used in this infused salt. Wonderful on roasted potatoes, chicken, and around the rim of your Arnold Palmer or a rosemary blood orange gin fizz. Rosemary is the herb of remembrance, and you won't soon forget this amazing salt.
This fiery blend of chilies is a wonderful addition to pizza, BBQ rubs, deviled eggs, or even around the rim of your Bloody Mary glass. Mild heat.
This traditional pairing uses a heavy hand of butcher block black pepper, which balances the brininess of the sea salt. Mom said this would be a delicious pairing and she was right! She's also said, "Keep making that face and it'll freeze that way!" Good thing she’s right only most of the time. Try it on the rim of your next bloody mary.
Truffles grow in few places throughout the world. Our black truffles are harvested from an area which produces the best- Alba, Italy. They are deeply earthy with a slight mushroom taste. Sprinkle on eggs, pizza, pasta, popcorn or caprese salads.
This smoked chili lends its fiery hand to this infused salt; the flavor is deep and rich with a nice amount of heat. It’s a fabulous addition to chili and stews, meat marinades, salsa, chicken and pork dishes. Excellent on the rim of a spicy sweet infused vodka cocktail. Medium heat.
We like to think we do the Sunshine State proud with this infused salt. Our orange citrus infused salt uses both the juice and zest of Florida oranges, and the flavor is bright and refreshing. This salt pairs nicely with grilled salmon, roasted butternut squash, spinach salad, pork chops and chocolate torts. If it makes it to the rim of an Old Fashioned, you won’t be disappointed.
This hickory smoked sea salt invites just a touch of pure maple sugar, making this one of our most flavorful infused salts. Try it on your morning eggs, roasted potatoes, butternut squash soup, sliced cucumbers, mac and cheese, roasted cauliflower, and sauteed brussels sprouts and onions. It's vegetarian and vegan friendly too! Some say putting it on the rim of your bloody mary is life changing.
To those of you who begged us to make this salt- we’re so glad you did! We use Florida grown habanero peppers to mix in with our Florida Pure Sea Salt. Some like it hot while others like it hotter; this salt is for you. It will highlight your food while sending your taste buds on a roller coaster adventure. Try it on vegetables, grilled fish, tacos, steak and guacamole. A strawberry habanero margarita will keep your taste buds adventuring. Hot heat.
Garlic lovers rejoice! This infusion balances the strong and pungent flavor of garlic with the brininess of the sea salt. Its flavor profile compliments potatoes, stews, pizza, veggies, pasta dishes and in your olive oil dip with a loaf of fresh bread.
This salty sweet combination is made with the finest ingredients: we use dutch cocoa powder and black onyx cocoa powder, which is darker and richer and has very little bitterness. Cocoa beans are a particularly potent source of antioxidants. Adding cocoa to savory dishes is a great way to reap the benefits of chocolate. Try adding this infused salt to your spicy chicken stew or black bean soup, oe enjoy it on top of ice cream, granola bars, brownies and so many other baked goods. Putting it on the rim of your next chocolate martini will have your taste buds begging for more.
This aromatic infused sea salt packs a lot of flavor. Try it on rotisserie or grilled chicken, veggies, and fish tacos to add a mild heat.
This infused salt has a full floral aroma and flavor. Try a sprinkle on lamb chops, breads, cookies, salad dressings, sliced fruit, popcorn, homemade chocolate goodies or in your Herbs de Provence.
This is an easy way to add flavor to any dish. Just a pinch can turn a bland meal into something flavorful. This salt can be the star or help to add depth to your dish. Try a sprinkle on your homemade grilled pizza, roasted potatoes, baked onion rings, soups, burgers, salsa, rice, stuffed mushrooms, and spinach frittatas.
This infused salt has an earthy flavor and woodsy aroma. Sage infused salt goes well with pork, beef, duck and chicken recipes. Add this salt to your pasta dishes, bean dishes or on a savory loaf of bread. It’s a perfect accompaniment to the rim of a Sage Bee’s Knees Cocktail.
This salt is made with activated charcoal which shouldn’t be confused with the charcoal you use to light your barbecue. Charcoal is “activated” by processing it at very high temperatures. The high temperatures change its internal structure, reducing the size of its pores and increasing its surface area causing it to be more porous than regular charcoal. When you ingest activated charcoal, drugs and toxins can bind to it preventing their absorption. This helps rid the body of unwanted substances.
Some studies show that activated charcoal may help alleviate gas and bloating and also help reduce cholesterol levels. It may even help promote kidney function by reducing the number of waste products that the kidneys have to filter.
Because charcoal doesn't have much of a taste, this salt pairs with pretty much anything. Definitely use it where the rich, dark color contrasts other colors in the dish or cocktail.
This infused salt is great on popcorn, but don’t stop there! Be sure to sprinkle it on your roasted or steamed corn, sliced cucumbers, baked potatoes, raw radishes, grilled fish and steam broccoli. A pinch added to the top of your next batch of butter cookies may have strangers high-fiving you.
If comfort had a taste, it would taste like this salt. Traditionally, this blend is a combination of herbs which grow abundantly in southern France. But, no matter where you grew up or where you live now, this is the kind of home cooking that brings you back to far away childhood memories and begs to be shared around a table with people you love. Sprinkle it over your fish, chicken, lamb or pork before you roast or grill it. Toss in with your root veggies, pizza or pasta sauce. Add it to a dish of olive oil and hot pepper flakes and serve with warm bread and try it on grilled summer fruit for a surprising and savory dessert.
This infused salt screams “mangia!”. Sprinkle on fresh mozzarella, chicken, or sauteed zucchini. Add it to your breadcrumbs before coating your eggplant or fish. Add a pinch to your olive oil and dip in fresh crusty bread.