Why We Made It
SYDSALT BLOSSOM is inspired by our honeymoon at a fancy restaurant in France. The waiter picked it from their garden only a few minutes before serving and we were amazed by its striking purple color and strong onion-garlic flavor. When we arrived home, we immediate planted chives our balcony so we could be reminded of this unique experience when these blossoms bloom each spring.
For a limited time, we're sharing our love for these unique and edible spring flowers to brighten up meals everywhere.
Sprinkle SYDSALT BLOSSOM on edamame for a light and healthy snack, use as a salt rim for your margarita or sprinkle it on top of a cheese board for a pop of color.
What It's Good On
We recommend playing with SYDSALT BLOSSOM on all your savory bites, but here are some fan favorites to get you started:
Steak, Chicken & Fish
Margarita Salt Rim
WHAT'S IN SYDSALT
Blooming each spring and late summer, these edible flowers have an onion-garlic flavor and pop of color to meals.
Sea Salt Flakes
These flakes keep its natural form that look like crystal snowflakes that add crunch all year long.
Made from the outer lemon peel, this dried zest adds a tart, puckery citrus tang to savory bites.
Known as one of the most expensive and rarest foods, people (including us) drool over truffles for it's intense umami flavor.
Red Pepper Flakes
Did you know red peppers can treat digestive problems, infections and arthritis? Yup, now you know.
Not only do chives bring a pop of color to a dish, it brings the flavor and aroma of mellow onion and garlic to each bite.