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Introduction to Our “Salt & Pepper” Product Category

Introduction to Our “Salt & Pepper” Product Category

Pro-tip: Anything with a gray label falls into our Salt & Pepper category in stores and online!

Here are a few favorites from our Salt & Pepper product category:

With four different varieties of peppercorns, this blend adds more complexity and flavor than black peppercorns alone can. This is the easiest way to upgrade your pepper grinder. Here's a quick breakdown of flavor:
Black Malabar = classic and robust
Sarawak White = earthy and creamy
Mysore Green = sharp and warm
Pink Reunion = nutty and floral
    Tart and salty, Makrut Lime Sea Salt has a balanced flavor. It's bold without being overly sour or bitter, and is definitely unique. We blend crushed lime leaves with lime infused salt, for a tart, citrusy, and slightly floral, complex finishing salt. This salt can be sprinkled across a wide variety of dishes from savory to sweet. One of it's best uses though is for rimming cocktail glasses.
    This popular salt can't possibly be described in a few sentences. It's distinctive color comes from a variety of minerals that occur naturally in the salt, which has been buried deep in the Himalayan mountains for millions of years. For more, read Spice Journey: Pink Himalayan Sea Salt.
    This bold pepper is a labor of love. It takes 2 days to infuse this pepper with the perfect smoky aroma and flavor. We use oak staves from previously used whiskey barrels to create this unique and distinctive flavor. It's a great way to add a smoked barbecue flavor to any dish.
    With the ideal ratio of salt to pepper, this convenient seasoning is perfect both for cooking and for sprinkling on a finished dish before serving. It might be simple, but it's definitely a must-have that is the perfect representation of our Salt & Pepper category.

    What are your favorite salts and pepper products and what dishes do you make with them? Show us by tagging @savoryspiceshop on Instagram.

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