Located in East China Sea, Aguni is one of the most southerly islands of Japan and produces this fantastic salt by utilising its superlative natural geography. The flat island allows wind to pass unabated through bamboo structures, down which sea water gently trickles, until concentration has increased five-fold, before being boiled off to leave a delightfully complex crystal.
Aguni no Shio is recommended to be applied by hand in cooking or at the table.
- Taste notes
- Sweet, bold, complex awakening
- Great with
- Rice dishes, stock, young fish
- Pack Weight
- Aguni no Shio
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