Alaea salt by John Spottiswood.

This unrefined sea salt gets its pinkish-brown color from Hawaiian clay, called 'alaea, which is rich in iron oxide. The clay also imparts a subtle flavor to the salt. The salt is expensive, and hard to find on the mainland.

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Also known as

  • Hawaiian salt
  • Hawaiian sea salt
  • 'alaea sea salt


French sea salt OR sea salt OR kosher salt

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