The Persian blue salt is a mineral salt from the mountains of Iran, which were formerly under sea. It is a gem salt which means a rock formed by the evaporation of ancient inland seas and lakes.
The blue salt of Persia has a very salty taste which makes it appear spicy on contact with the tongue due to the salinity.
The Persian blue salt is a salt with millions of years rich in minerals and trace elements; It is a salt with low sodium and high potassium content.
The blue color is due to ‘sylvinite’, a variant of potassium chloride and brings a touch of exotic and extravagant to the dishes to which it is added.