"Viking" smoked salt - oak (fine), glass with cork - 1,41 oz (40 g.)Order number: 58.011.40
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Viking Smoke Salt from Denmark.
For the barbecue evening, festive table, Germanic wedding - Custom Germanic wedding,
Smoke salt as a gift idea for the marriage / marriage party.
Aromatic smoke, fire, intense spiciness, these impressions gives the look and aroma of this probably the noblest Danish smoke salt variant of the present. By the way, only about 5% of all smoked salt types are really smoked. Most RauchsalzAarten are offset with smoke aromas.
Our smoked salt is made exclusively from Dead Sea salt and smoked in the Viking style - on low-pollution Danish oak.
The oak-smoked salt is popular with many of our customers, as it is soft on the palate with its many aroma nuances and spicy in flavor. The smell is even tarter than that of juniper-smoked salt. The salt is smoked at 65 - 85 degrees in a lengthy and costly process in specially designed oven.
Using this salt gives you an idea of how the Nordic peoples gained their salt. Sea water or brine was poured on the burning logs. The water portion evaporated and the precipitated salt adhered to the charred logs. The salt was scraped off the wood and could be used.
The Viking Smoke Salt is ideal for:
Eggs, tomatoes, cucumbers, fish and all sorts of meat. It gives the steak its special taste of meat prepared over fire - even if it is cooked in the oven.
The durability is almost unlimited. The salt vessel should always be closed well, so that the smoke flavor is not lost.
There are no trickle aids, flavor enhancers or other added substances in this smoke salt. 6% Na, 13% K, 9% Mg0., 4% Ca, 46% Cl0, 5% Br0, 4% carbonate, minor amounts of ammonium, Sr, Mn, Fe, F, I, sulfate.
- The salt grains have a size of 0,02 - 0,04 inch (0.5- 1 mm) fine grain.
- 1,41 oz (40 g.) of Viking Smoke Salt (oak smoking) in the glass
- Sea salt uniodinated
Food manager: Nordwelt Versand GmbH, An der Windmühle 1, D-31079 Sibbesse