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Jacobsen Salt Co. Cocktail Salt Collection

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Salt is a simple trick to unlocking extra flavor -- and cocktails are no exception to this rule. We used to think just of margaritas as needing salt, but this set of cocktail salts has us thinking beyond the rim.

Bloody Mary Salt: This Creole inspired infusion is a bright and savory blend with touches of lemon, black pepper, and ground celery seed. Add pickled okra and freshly grated horseradish to make a killer Bloody Mary, or try experimenting with it in any savory cocktail. Tip: We cook with this too, and use it as a finishing salt!

  • Made of: Oregon sea salt, herbs, spices, and lemon zest
  • Size: 7.2 ounce jar

Citrus & Spice Salt: One whiff of this and we're transported to a warm fireplace in winter, or tucked away in a favorite wood-paneled bar. For cocktail enthusiasts, try it with mulled wine. We combined it with cranberry Som (drinking vinegar) for a creative non-alcoholic drink.

  • Made of: Oregon sea salt, orange zest, cinnamon, and cloves
  • Size: 7.2 ounce jar

Pure Flake Salt: Hand-harvested from Netarts Bay, Oregon, Jacobsen salt is the best way to complete a dish, whether it's a cocktail or a chocolate chip cookie. (Try it -- just trust us.)

  • Made of: Oregon sea salt
  • Size: 7.2 ounce jar

Sourced from: Jacobsen Salt Co.

Salts have a 3 year shelf life from the date purchased.

Standard Shipping: Ships out within 3 business days.

Three-Day Shipping: Guaranteed delivery by Thursday, October 8.

Overnight Shipping: Guaranteed delivery by Wednesday, October 7.

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