Nordur Arctic Sea Salt flakes are produced using a unique geothermal production method that was first tried in 1753 in the same place that Nordur Salt is made today – Breiðafjörður, Iceland. This geothermal production method been carefully preserved for over 250 years in Iceland and Denmark. Pure and savoury Arctic seawater is pumped into open pans where it is slowly heated with water from natural hot springs. This sustainable process leaves behind no carbon dioxide – only fresh, crunchy flakes of Nordur Sea Salt.
The flakes are small, crunchy pyramids of intense flavour and have their own unique characteristics. The flakes are bright and have a slightly tart flavour. They are great with seafood and fish, in stews and soups and as a finishing salt for salads, fish, and meats, lending any dish a distinctive flair.
Presented in an elegant embossed tin this makes a stylish addition to your pantry or a great gift for a foodie.