The salt in these special mixes are blended with Lavender Bee Farm's
dried Provence lavender buds
and creates a unique addition to include in rubs for roasting meats. The
lavender/salt mix adds a special touch when it is used on potatoes and
Offered in 7 mixes.
French Grey Grey Sea Salt
Grey sea salt from the salt pounds of Guerande, France is natural and
unrefined. The grey color comes from the exceptional French clay lined
salt ponds that the sea water evaporates into. The ponds add valuable
minerals and nutrients to the flavor of the salt. The salt is not
blended and is 100% pure sea salt from Guerande, France.
Himalayan Pink Sea Salt
Himalayan pink salt consists of all natural pink, red and white speckled
crystals that are gourmet food grade, course ground. Used by health
professionals and spas. The salt is mixed with the Lavender Bee Farm's
dried provence lavender buds and creates a unique addition to include in
baths and spa treatments.
Hawaiian Red Sea Salt
This Alaea Hawaiian sea salt is used to season and preserve and is
rich in trace minerals. The salt is harvested in Hawaiian red clay ponds,
which enriches the salt with iron oxide. Savor the combination of the salt
with the Lavender Bee Farm's culinary dried lavender buds when cooking
prime rib, pork loin and Kalua pig. The lavender helps to create a truly
special taste and adds a distinct aromatic flavor to your dishes.
Culinary lavender can be used in place of other herbs and
adds a very unique flavor to many dishes. The dried Provence lavender
is ground into a medium grind that will mix well with other spices.
Our culinary lavender is produced from our naturally
grown Provence lavender plants. The lavenders are grown without
fertilizers or pesticides and dried without external heaters.
Our lavender acres are farmed
without the use of any chemicals or pesticides, so you can feel safe and
happy using it in your favorite recipes. The exquisite flavor of lavender
has long been celebrated in Europe and was once beloved by our own
American ancestors of the Victorian era. We are delighted to say that this
majestic herb is being welcomed back to the American kitchen.