Halen Môn releases sea salt with charcoal

By Lauren Houghton

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The charcoal makes the salt a unique jet black colour and gives a deep smokiness of flavour
The charcoal makes the salt a unique jet black colour and gives a deep smokiness of flavour
The Anglesey sea salt company has released a new addition to their range, Halen Môn with Welsh Charcoal. 

Product details: ​The sea salt with charcoal is the latest in the Halen Môn range and combines the traditional pure Anglesey sea salt with flavoured seasoning. It can be purchased in a 100g pouch or in a white clamp top jar with a spoon.

USP: ​The charcoal makes the salt a unique jet black colour and gives a deep smokiness of flavour. The distinctive flakes can be used to leave a stylish finish on dishes such as grilled salmon fillet, or add a twist to creamy scrambled eggs.

Price: ​100g pouch: distributor £2:50, wholesale £3:60, retail £5:50.

White clamp top jar and spoon containing 15g: distributor £2:58 (+VAT), wholesale £3:74 (plus VAT), retail £6:50 (inc VAT at 14%).

Availability:  ​Halen Môn salts are used around the world and stocked in Marks and Spencer, Waitrose and Harvey Nichols. They can also be bought in larger quantities by emailing: fnyrf@unyrazba.pbz​.

Why you should buy it:  

“Anglesey sea salt is highly prized for its purity. The flakes are brilliant white and the lack of mineral impurities means there is no bitterness, just a delicate, crisp taste with a subtle sweetness,” said Becky George of Monkhouse Food & Drink, who represent Halen Môn.

She added: “I think they experimented with a number of flavours and the charcoal just added something completely different.” 

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