Activated Charcoal Sea Salt


Activated charcoal sea salt is inspired by the Hawaiian tradition of blending activated charcoal with seawater to create an artisanal salt with a glistening black shine.

The activated charcoal black sea salt is renowned for its oceanic, mineral flavour. The black lava salt has crunchy crystals, with real texture – but can be ground into a finer powder in a spice mill.

For a traditional serve, sprinkle a little black lava salt on grilled fish, or even grilled pineapple.

The shiny black flecks are also a lovely, salty alternative to sesame seed-studded bread rolls or pretzels. And the black lava salt also makes a dramatic garnish for pale foods like mozzarella or poached eggs.  

Ingredients: Sea salt, activated charcoal (maximum 2%)


Delivery Option Price
Hermes Economy ? £3.99
DHL Express ? £6.99 (or FREE for orders over £75)
DHL Signature Required ? £6.99 (or FREE for orders over £75)
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