New smoked sea salt enhances flavor
June 29, 2011
by Jeff Gelski
WOODINVILLE, WASH. — SaltWorks has developed a Bonfire extra bold smoked sea salt that has been shown to simulate a smoky, grilled taste or enhance the existing flavor of grilled foods, according to the Woodinville-based sea salt company.
“Bonfire extra bold smoked sea salt is the richest smoked sea salt that we make,” said Mark Zoske, chief executive officer of SaltWorks. “It’s popular all year round and especially during the spring and summer.”
To create Bonfire, SaltWorks uses Snowflake sea salt that is cold smoked for 14 days with a proprietary blend of woods, including applewood, hickory, alderwood, oak, mesquite, cherry and pecan. Smoked sea salts from SaltWorks may be used in spice rubs and blends, soups, frozen foods, restaurants, and gourmet chocolates.