Fleur De Sel de Camargue is a hand-harvested sea salt collected by workers in France who scrape only the moist, flaky, and textured kernels that forms on the top of the salt beds. This delicate salt is comprised of larger kernels with more mineral complexity than table salt. Used as a "finishing" salt rather than for cooking, sprinkle this on fresh salads, eggs, or other cooked dishes to add flavor and texture.
The name Fleur De Sel comes from the aroma of violets that develops as the salt dries. Each signature container is sealed with a cork top and signed by the Salt Raker who harvested it.