Sourced from Hawaii, this rare salt gets its red shine by blending red volcanic clay (called 'alaea' in Hawaiian) and salt crystals created from evaporated seawater.
This remarkable red Alaea salt delivers fragrant notes of hazelnut.
It makes a fantastic garnish on plated dishes, simply spinkled whole or ground over many ingredients, particularly meat, poultry and certain fish.
Low in sodium, red Alaea salt is praised for its health benefits: it contains high levels of iron and over 80 different minerals.
Chef Philippe's tip: Mix with black lava sea salt and sprinkle over your dish before serving for a beautiful garnish.
Keep away from direct light and humidity.
Close the lid after each use to ensure the tub is airtight.