Gourmet Salt & Pepper

Understanding Spices

Those essential condiments used to season our food every day come in many different guises and flavours. From the finest sources worldwide, each has their own highly distinctive flavour to add an extra dimension in your kitchen…

Gourmet Salts…

  • Sel Gris (£2.25) – hand-havested french sea marsh salt: unrefined, natural flavour
  • Fleur de Sel (£2.25) – delicate taste for the true salt connoisseur
  • Himalayan Pink Salt (£2.95) – hand-mined from the Himalayas: subtle, distinctive flavour
  • Australian Murray River Salt (£2.95) – sun-dried river salt: subtle flavour with spicy notes
  • Hawaiian Red Sea Salt (£2.95) – unrefined, mineral-rich sea salt: mellow, unique flavour

Gourmet Peppercorns…

For the ultimate ‘pepper resource’, we thoroughly recommend ‘Pepper’ by Christine McFadden. Christine is a very well-established food writer with a passion for spices and seasonings. This book is dedicated exclusively to the world’s most valued and fascinating spice, with 100 stuning recipes. In our view it is the definitive work and essential reading…

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