Inca Salt. It is certainly the most spectacular saltworks in the world. Near Machu Pichu, water from a highly saline spring is directed towards some 1500 basins, scattered on terraces, on the vertiginous flanks of the Andes mountain range. The Incas exploited these waters in the same way as they do today. This salt is very pure, iodized and its salinity is average. It can be used with white meats, fish, vegetable dishes, pasta and rice.
Harvested in Peru. Packaged in France.