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Bolivian Rose

$11.99
Weight:
4.15 Ounces
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Product Description

Salt Summary

This salt is perfect on seared red snapper filets, fresh mozzarella, or the rim of a strawberry margarita.

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Recommended Uses


  • Scrambled eggs
  • Grilled octopus or calamari
  • Cottage cheese
  • Salt crusted prime rib
  • Lamb
  • Beef tenderloin
  • Grilled trout
  • Caprese salad
  • Cucumber salad
  • Oysters
  • Sautéed zucchini
  • Use to salt the rim of your glass for strawberry daiquiris or margaritas.

Salt Story

Bolivian Rose is hand harvested in the Andes Mountains of Bolivia. Volcanic lava flowed over ancient sea salt deposits, forming a protective crust for this pure salt. These ideal conditions sheltered the Bolivian Rose and allowed it to retain its high mineral content and pure pink hue. 

Bolivian Rose is the perfect fit for sophisticated fare like prime rib or lamb, but it is equally as delicious on humble scrambled eggs or cottage cheese. Sprinkle a little on top of seared sea scallops or fresh mozzarella to take advantage of the gorgeous rose shimmer. Use to rim the glass for strawberry daiquiris or margaritas. Bolivian Rose has a natural, mineral salt flavor that blends beautifully with fresh or grilled vegetables as it dissolves in your mouth.

Premium Ingredients


Pure salt harvested by hand from mines in Bolivia.

Product Reviews

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  1. Not great as a finishing salt...

    Posted by Bob on September 26, 2013

    the crystals are too big but I guess it's an okay salt for other uses

  2. Ultra Pink

    Posted by Jennifer R. on August 1, 2010

    This is a VERY pink salt. The picture pretty much says it all. It is a like thicker with bigger grains than sea salt, and I like to use it as a finishing touch on salads. It looks awesome in the jar too!

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