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Dorset Sea Salt - Apple Oak Smoked - 125g

 

A long and lazy smoke over apple oak wood chips. These sea salt flakes are deftly smoked to impart another dimension to your food. The subtle Smokey taste works incredibly on a variety of foods. We prefer to keep it simple, so sprinkle these flakes over your scrambled eggs or peaches and crème fresh and you’ll be onto a winner.

 

Ingredients: 100% Dorset Sea Salt

Dorset Sea Salt - Apple Oak Smoked - 125g

£5.99Price
  • Founded in 2017, the Dorset Sea Salt Company is helmed by Jethro, an obsessed sea salt fanatic. After reading about the historic and cultural relevance of salt production in Dorset, and visiting the natural salt pans on the east weares of Portland, Jethro pondered how and why this local industry had vanished. This idea affected him so immensely that he began to conceptualize, and envisage the revival of Dorset’s local Sea Salt scene.

    With mentorship, and a small loan from the Prince’s Trust (a charity that helps young people get into work) Jethro founded the Dorset Sea Salt Company.

     

    The Dorset Sea Salt Company aims to fill this void in local industry by marrying both ancient and new production methods. The aim is to preserve the traditional methods of the industry, but at the same time shroud it in an ethical, and ecological ethos. The result of this concoction is exceptional sea salt. Every small batch harvested is part of the wider mission grounded in craftsmanship, locality, and quality.

  • I have been a big fan of sea salt for at least the last 15 years, for the last 8, I have been using Cornish Sea Salt, a salt I always considered to pack a powerful taste punch and of course contain loads of good minerals. Don't get me wrong, Cornish Sea Salt is excellent, it's just now I've tried Dorset Sea Salt and wow you can really tell the difference.

     

    Please don't ask me to explain how Dorset sea water can produce salt with a greater depth and intensity than salt harvested just 200 miles miles away in Cornwall, all I know is that it does and that's why we are now carrying their whole range.