From Humble Beginnings Come Great Things.
In the town of Salt, Spain, there lived three brothers whose adopted surname came from the same place of origin, as was the custom during the Middle Ages. The family have been salters; extractor and traders of salt since the Roman conquest of Hispania.
During the 15th century, the tides turned against the Sephardi brotherhood in Spain. In hopes of finding a better life, one brother migrated north to England, another migrated east to Turkey, and a third, west to Cuba.
We continue the family tradition of making sea salt in the great State of Florida. Sea water is collected for harvest, undergoes filtering, evaporation, and drying in order to keep the natural minerals.
Much like fine wines, gourmet cheese, craft beers, and cigars, each batch of hand-harvested sea salt is unique unto itself. Chefs prefer sea salt for its coarser, crunchy texture and its more intense flavor.