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Web Chef Review: Drogheria Sea Salt with Red Wine

Drogheria Sea Salt with Red Wine - Qualifirst.comThis salt is an interesting one…

Drogheria Sea Salt with Red Wine is certainly a conversation piece because it’s purple in color from the addition of red wine to the salt.

When it is ground, in the heavy duty spice grinder Drogheria packages this salt in, it is a lighter purple color, but will stand out on light colored food.

The cap that this grinder comes with is always appreciated, as it keeps out debris, and keeps things as fresh as possible.

You get a bit of a variety in grain. It’s not ALL the same consistency. You’ll get some finer grain, some dust and grains a bit larger in size. It’s nice. 😉

Check out this webisode of “What I Say About Food” here:

The fact that it’s “Red Wine” salt, doesn’t mean it really tastes of red wine to a great degree. You may get some kind of whisper of it; it’s subtle. A beautiful salt of high quality.

Web Chef Review: Drogheria Sea Salt with Red Wine - CookingWithKimberly.comNice to serve with a red sauce pasta meal as a finishing salt, just to keep with the theme.

Maybe grind some on your perfectly grilled steak as it comes off the grill before serving. Oh, the possibilities…

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I hope you enjoy this Web Chef Review on Cooking with Kimberly. Until next time…

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  1. This looks really neat! I am trying to lose weight/eat healthier and have been advised to find new salts and spices. I have never heard of red wine salt, definitely have to get some! Irrelevant, but yet important, purple is my favorite color!

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    • Ms. Susan!

      My favorite color is purple too! So was my grandmother’s…I think that’s why I love this salt most. lol

      Yes, do try this one out…and the Smoked Cyprus Sea Salt – go check out my post/show on that too – I linked it here in the sentence. That’s one of my very faves right now…

      Have a marvelous weekend & Eat Deliciously,

      Kimberly 🙂

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