Hamptons Salt Company is offering an exclusive salt tasting at Williams-Sonoma Bridgehampton’s Artisans’ Market on Saturday, July 16th, 2016, from 12:00pm – 4:00pm, which is an event focused on small batch, artisanally produced food products. Hamptons Salt Company will be offering guests a chance to try their preeminent line of all-natural sea salts, including raw salts, flavored salts and smoked salts.
The Williams-Sonoma Artisans’ Market Program takes place monthly in 50 (soon to be 75) Williams-Sonoma stores across the country. The event features up to four artisans per month, giving customers the chance to interact with the makers directly.
Salt collections that will be on display and available for tasting include: The Flavor Seeker with five 1 oz. mini jars with Black Truffle, Garlic, Ghost Pepper, Smoked Hickory and Rosemary salt varieties; The Daily Chef containing a 14 oz. jar of Cooking Salt and 4 oz. jars of Finishing and Garlic salts; and The Collector, which includes 20 varieties of Hamptons Salt in mini 1 oz. jars. Founder of Hamptons Salt Company, Peter Pierce, will be presenting the salts and ready to answer any and all salt questions that guests may have. All of the salts are available for purchase at the event.
Saturday, July 16th, 2016
12:00pm – 4:00pm
2044 Montauk Hwy, Ste 49
Bridgehampton, NY 11932
About Hamptons Salt Company
Peter Pierce founded Hamptons Salt Company upon discovering the abundance of chemical-laden table salt varieties and wanted to find a safe, delicious alternative to serve to his two children. Hamptons Salt Company is the preeminent provider of all natural sea salt. Hamptons Salt’s merchants scour the world to offer you the best selection of raw salts, flavored salts or smoked salts. All of its salts are unrefined and have no unhealthy additives. Each salt has a unique taste profile based on the sea from where it originated and the natural minerals are not stripped out like refined salt. Hamptons Salt currently offers 29 salt varieties from around the world. You can experience Bali Pyramid or Cypress Flake without leaving your kitchen. For some flavor, try Vermont Maple Syrup, Smoked Chardonnay Oak or the almost too hot Ghost Pepper ($19.99-$24.99).
In addition, Hamptons Salt Company offers assortments of Hamptons Salt for the perfect hostess gift or foodie. Each collection comes in its own sleek black gift box. Collections include The Bartender, with Jalapeno, Lime and Lemon salt varieties ($59.99); The Flavor Seeker with five 1 oz. mini jars with Black Truffle, Garlic, Ghost Pepper, Smoked Hickory and Rosemary salt varieties ($39.99); The Daily Chef contains a 14 oz. jar of Cooking Salt, and 4 oz. jars of Finishing and Garlic salts ($44.99); The Connoisseur containing the four most luxurious salts Hamptons Salt sells including Fleur de Sel, Black Truffle, Porcini and Smoked Chardonnay Oak ($99.99); The Globe Trotter contains raw salts from corners of the globe including Himalayan Pink, Bali Pyramid, Cyprus Flake and Himalayan Black ($69.99); The Grillmaster with the most popular varieties perfect for the grill including Smoked Hickory, Smoked Mesquite and Espresso salt varieties ($59.99); The Collector includes 20 varieties of Hamptons Salt in mini 1 oz. jars ($149.99).
For more information on Hamptons Salt Company, visit http://hamptonssalt.com/
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