Delicious Fleur de Sel from the Camarque (South of France)
When the wind is right and the temperature is optimal, salt minerals are formed on the water. As soon as these arise, they are harvested with a yield of only 1 kilo per 35 square meters.
In the video you can see after 1 minute and 30 seconds how the Fleur de Sel (the flowers of the salt) are carefully harvested ... without touching the bottom. This video was made at L'île de Ré
It does not taste salty, but salty. You taste the ocean!
|Country of origin||France|