• Admiralty Sea Salt
  • Admiralty Sea Salt

Admiralty Sea Salt


 

$10

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Admiralty Sea Salt is hand-harvested by Ricardo Valdes, a trained chef, from the West side of Whidbey Island, Washington, about 40 miles north of Seattle. The salt gets its origins from the Strait of Juan de Fuca, a direct inlet from the Pacific Ocean. The salt is distinguished by its exquisite crystalline balance between microfine spark-like flakes and occasional jumbled bit of pastry-crust crumbling granules. And it tastes beautiful, too. Think salads. Every day. Most likely this salt will find its way to the center of your dining room table and stay there, until you run out.

RicardoÂ’s focus is on flavor and texture, and it shows in his salt. Impurities are filtered from the water prior to the salt making process. The brine is then reduced down, and the resulting salt crystals are steamed to achieve a delicate and flaky finished product.

Product Weights:

  • Taster - 0.8oz/23g
  • Small Jar - 2oz/57g
  • Large Jar - 5.6 oz/159g
  • 1lb Bag - 16oz/454g

Admiralty Sea Salt is hand-harvested by Ricardo Valdes, a trained chef, from the West side of Whidbey Island, Washington, about 40 miles north of Seattle. The salt gets its origins from the Strait of Juan de Fuca, a direct inlet from the Pacific Ocean. The salt is distinguished by its exquisite crystalline balance between microfine spark-like flakes and occasional jumbled bit of pastry-crust crumbling granules. And it tastes beautiful, too. Think salads. Every day. Most likely this salt will find its way to the center of your dining room table and stay there, until you run out.

RicardoÂ’s focus is on flavor and texture, and it shows in his salt. Impurities are filtered from the water prior to the salt making process. The brine is then reduced down, and the resulting salt crystals are steamed to achieve a delicate and flaky finished product.

Product Weights:

  • Taster - 0.8oz/23g
  • Small Jar - 2oz/57g
  • Large Jar - 5.6 oz/159g
  • 1lb Bag - 16oz/454g

Thoughts

Ricardo’s focus is on flavor and texture, and it shows in his salt. What to put it on? Think salads. Every day. Most likely this salt will find its way to the center of your dining room table and stay there, until you run out.