Drogheria & Alimentari, Red Hawaiian Sea Salt Mill, 3.17 oz (90 g) (Discontinued Item)
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- All Natural
- Product of Italy
Delectable addition to grilled or roasted meats. It's rich red color is the perfect accent to an important dish.
Pacific sea salt and purified alae clay.
this one is of darker red colour than frontier naturals' red salt, not that much different in taste, thou, maybe just a lil bit richer in taste. saw this brand around in grocery stores, but not this particular type, which i happen to like. probably going to order this one from now on since it's cheaper. the mill is not great but it doesn't matter. i wish iherb would sell alaea salt like this in bulk.
This is a really fun way to salt and decorate your food. It doesn't taste funky, regardless of the color, and it really is decorative! It tastes just like normal salt. The bottle is pretty nice as well, and it's easy to use.
very beautiful product
Posted by 4752280803825910617 on Sep 02, 2016
Always love d+o grinder design and the white contrasted against red makes a good eat visual impact. I like the red coloured salt. At home I typically have few salts handy - pink Himalayan salt, big flakey Maldon salt from the UK, grey Celtic salt, Fleur de sel from Ibiza, etc. This salt is saltier than the few aforementioned varieties. It's such a commodity but a nice salt adds to the pleasure of a meal, and having a few to switch it up is great! Thanks for offering the variety!
Very salty salt
Posted by 5216551524980399466 on Apr 11, 2016
Lovely colour, don't use too much as very salty.
Posted by 5320273686719191408 on Sep 03, 2015
Posted by 5231263362532982922 on Aug 29, 2014
I do like this one a lot, really tasty so you basically need less of it than you would with other types of salt.