Short description

Our salt frost from the Egyptian desert is one of the rarest and most aesthetic salts in the world.

It is of great purity and its appearance is as fine and airy as its flavor.

The elongated and very fine crystals form pure white flakes reminiscent of frost.

It comes to us from the desert of Egypt called the White Desert, located along the road from Bahariya to the city of Qasr el Farafra.

With its shimmering appearance, it will sublimate your dishes, your desserts and your drinks.

It is added as a finishing touch. In addition, once sprinkled on your dish, it melts slowly to add salt to the dish in the best possible way.

Salt Frost from the Egyptian Desert

Short description

Our salt frost from the Egyptian desert is one of the rarest and most aesthetic salts in the world.

It is of great purity and its appearance is as fine and airy as its flavor.

The elongated and very fine crystals form pure white flakes reminiscent of frost.

It comes to us from the desert of Egypt called the White Desert, located along the road from Bahariya to the city of Qasr el Farafra.

With its shimmering appearance, it will sublimate your dishes, your desserts and your drinks.

It is added as a finishing touch. In addition, once sprinkled on your dish, it melts slowly to add salt to the dish in the best possible way.

8.25 €
VAT included
Poids
  • 50g
  • 100g
  • 200g
Quantity
En stock

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The salt frost from the Egyptian desert takes its name from its texture and its exceptional appearance: of incredible purity, it is a crystalline and airy salt, of great lightness. The elongated and very fine crystals form pure white flakes reminiscent of frost. It is surely the most refined salt in the world.

The salt frost is collected in a 20 km long salt deposit, located in the middle of the Egyptian desert, a part called the white desert, between the oasis of Bahaiya and the city of Qasr el Farafra. This deposit was only used by surrounding inhabitants until a few years ago. The salt frost is located on the sand, you have to dig a little or just turn the small rocks to find it.

It is this geographical and topographical situation which gives the appearance of frost to this salt: an evaporation under cover under the sand, worked by the wind, with hot temperatures during the day but very cold at night.

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