In 1912, at the World Exhibit in Paris, Crimean salt was widely acknowledged by specialists and awarded a golden medal.
The Crimean salt is as mysterious as the sea it comes from – the Black Sea, considered the most mysterious sea of the world.
The process of acquiring crystal salt is natural. The water from the Black Sea flows into special pools, where for 4-5 years, is exposed to the sun. Salt in a natural way undergoes the process of crystallization, during which the brine is moved to smaller containers, where the last stage of crystallization takes place.
Acquired this way, salt has a delicate pink color like wings of a flamingo or young cabernet wine. Big salt crystals shimmer like diamonds and have a delicate flowery smell.