Maldon Sea Salt

Description

The ancient town of Maldon, on the shores of the Blackwater Estuary, has been at the heart of salt production since Roman times. It is this location along with Maldon's unique hand-drawn methods that give this sea salt its distinctive taste and texture.

The soft flaky texture of Maldon sea salt crystals and the cleanness of the salt flavour they deliver makes all the difference. Maldon sea salt is a beautiful finishing salt - great sprinkled over lamb, fresh asparagus and gougères. Or try Maldon sea salt in sea salt chocolate truffles or a salted caramel sauce.

Ingredients: Sea salt flakes with no additives.

Delivery

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Express ? £6.99 (or FREE for orders over £100)
Signature Required ? £6.99 (or FREE for orders over £100)
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