Persian blue rock salt

Extracted from the salt mines in the middle east, Persian blue rock salt is one of the rarest and most exclusive salts in the world. The intriguing blue color occurs during the forming of the salt’s crystalline structure, as intense pressure is exerted on the salt deposits. The individual crystals fracture the light in an unusual way creating an optical illusion that makes the salt appear more or less shimmering blue.

Flavor: initially quite present, then rather mild with a silken sweetness.

Ideal for: seafood, salads, French cuisine and truffles.

Kala namak rock salt

Kala Namak truly is a secret ingredient – especially in the vegan cuisine – as it adds an eggy, tangy and slightly smoky taste due to its high sulphur content. The unusual flavor makes it perfect for many vegan dishes like tofu scramble, chickpea omelettes and fruit salads.

Flavor: slightly smokey, tangy

Ideal for: South Asian cuisine, chaats, chutneys and raitas, vegan dishes, savoury deep-fried snacks, movie night popcorn

Halit salt rocks

Halite salt is white rock salt, found deep in the mountains of Pakistan. With its crystal clear appearance, Halit salt is one of the purest salts available and has a sodium chloride content of up to 99.9%. High in natural minerals, this salt can be used as a staple in your everyday cooking.

Flavor: intense natural salt taste, little goes a long way!

Ideal for: everyday dishes

Bolivian rose rock salt

Mined from the Bolivian Andes, the beautiful rosy-pink salt contains up to eight times more iron and up to five times more potassium and calcium than sea salt. It has a slightly lower sodium content, making it perfect for those monitoring their sodium intake. As with all natural rock salt, a little goes a long way!

Flavor: mild and sweet

Ideal for: everyday cooking