ILĀ : WHITE COLLECTION GIFT SET
Includes Sonoma salt, three garnishing salts and a large olive oil bottle packaged in a customized gift box.
Product Descriptions :
Sonoma Sea Salt 35 oz
Our Sonoma Sea Salt is naturally harvested by solar evaporation from the clean waters of the Pacific Ocean. The ritual of its harvest dates back to the earliest inhabitants of the area, the Kashaya, which when translated means ‘the people from the top of the land’, who descended to the Pacific coastline each summer to gather food — and crucial ingredients — from the sea. Crisp, pure, and mellow in taste, the small crystals are free of additives.
Sel de Guérande 1.5oz
This fleur de sel, French for "flower of salt", derives its name from the scent of violets faintly drifting from the drying mounds of white crystals. Due to its delicate composition, its careful harvest has historically been entrusted to women only. And so it follows, it is often referred to as the greatest salt in all the world.
Peruvian Pink Salt 2oz
Our beautiful blush color salt (rumored to cultivate positive energy) comes from the mystical rose quartz caves that line the Sacred Valley of the Incas. One of the healthiest salts in the world, it has been carefully hand-harvested for over 2,000 years by local Peruvian families.
Cyprus Flake Salt 1oz
This delicate sea salt harvested off the coast of Cyprus, Greece embodies the taste of the Mediterranean. Its unique pyramid shape is the result of a lengthy solar evaporation process—it can take up to two years for it to reach completion. Sprinkle it whole or crumble the delicate flakes between your fingers for the preferred texture.
Olive Oil 15oz
In a 100-year old mill situated among the ancient groves of Andalusia, olives are hand-picked and pressed on the same day to ensure the utmost flavor and freshness. The cold, bright winters and hot, dry summers of the Southern Spanish region of Cordoba create prime conditions for producing olives of exceptional quality and a richer, smoother olive oil with a more golden hue than its Italian counterpart.