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Mesquite Flavor

We smoke our species and peppers over real mesquite chunks, one of the most expensive varieties of wood. It has solid wood that burns slow for a long time. Besides, mesquite is used for the cooking with a unique aroma and taste. Mesquite tree has very long roots that help it search for the water in mexican dried soils, also grows extremely slowly and can't be cut down. The only way to get mesquite wood is collect fallen trees.

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White gold from the West

Many Mexicans have noticed that using the salt from the Cuyutlán lagoons gives completely different, more delicious result for dishes than using any other salt. This phenomenon has an explanation - this salt is the real national pride of Mexico, a tradition that has been going on for more than a thousand years. This salt originates in Colima state and enhances the taste of the any dish due to its unique chemical composition. 

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Sonora Red Gold

Chiltepin Pepper has a rich history in Native American culture, and its tiny size along with its intense heat makes it unique. Chiltepin or "Chile del monte" delicately adds spiciness to dishes, without forcing them to lose their original aroma and taste. Chiltepin originates in Sonora desert, so it also is well-known as Sonora's red gold, as it is so expensive dainty. But its unique taste worth it to buy - you will never forget it.

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¡The best mexican food is now where you are!

You can repeat any famous recipe or create your own unique

👍 It could be used for any hot dishes like meat, potatoes or salmon. Very fragrant and spicy enough.

@corsar_cv

I always use "Heat", except the salting fresh cucumbers. Last time I used it today. I was cooked chicken with vegetables, coconut milk, curry, turmeric, pepperoni and of course smoked salt from the Priest. It is very tasty, I recommend it.

@dorflux

Very fragrant salt! I used the salt mill, only a few turns of mill and my dish have a bright taste and great odor.
Odors are very important for me, sometimes I specially come to salt mill for smelling the odor by smoked salt.
Now this smell is associated with Mexico for me.

@GrigoryShabalin

I have a "Heat". I tried to add it to all that I was seen. I dont sure that i have a favorite dish, but I could recommend "Heat" with pumpkin cream soup and bread.  Definitely, it is worth to buy. When my smoked salt will be over, I will order it again and also other flavors to tasting. I will definitely take "Heat" with me when i will go to my family on this vacation.

@Satanik_a

I'm very satisfied. Now I use only "Heat" everywhere instead of the regular salt. If someone doesn't want to order because of the spiciness, then them make a mistake. The "Heat" is insanely fragrant and isnt very spicy.
It is the best for steaks and fish!

@apiksDen

I have the "Heat" and "Llorona" salts.
The Heat is universal spice, I used it with meat and vegetable dishes.
Also i have added Heat to fried eggs, it gives delicious smoked taste.
My family like it. :)
But Llorona is hotter, so it is spice only for me. 😂
It pleasantly burns the mouth. My favorite is Llorona with tomato bruschetta and meatballs.

@dasha_bonjour