Salzlinge

Pythagoras already knew: 

Salt is born by the purest parents, the sun and the sea.

In our Salzlinge we refine Flor de Sal Atlantic from Portugal with fresh herbage from local markets and selected ingredients. Our small glass mills have two different strengths and can easily be refilled. Exclusively available at the Hotel am Museum so far.  No matter if you enjoy a dinner, a barbecue, a picnic or if you are just on the move…remember to bring a Salzling.

Lime & Chili

Goes with fish & salads

Read more on Wikipedia: Lime, Capsicum

Refined with fresh dill

Goes with fish, steak, chicken, soups & salads

Read more on Wikipedia: Dill

Ginger, curcuma & basil seeds

Goes with fish, steak, chicken, soups & salads

Read more on Wikipedia: GingerTurmericBasil

Saffron & curcuma

Goes with fish, steak, chicken, soups & salads

Read more on Wikipedia: Crocus sativusTurmeric

Refined with Thai basil

Goes with fish, steak, chicken, soups & salads

Read more on Wikipedia: Thai basil

Beetroot, cumin & Thai black pepper

Goes with fish, steak, chicken, soups & salads

Read more on Wikipedia: BeetrootCuminBlack pepper

Refined with Thai coriander

Goes with fish, steak, chicken, soups & salads

Read more on Wikipedia: Coriander

Tinta de Sepia

Goes with fish, eggs & salads

Read more on Wikipedia: Sepia

Danish smoked salt, tomato, red pepper & chili

Goes with fish, steak, chicken, soups & salads

Cornflower & red berries

Goes with fish & salads

Read more on Wikipedia: Centaurea cyanus

Sage, tarragon, dill, thyme, rosemary & parsley

Goes with fish, steak, chicken, soups & salads

More about Flor de Sal

Salt is also named the white gold. A few hundred years ago this product was valuable and of great importance in some regions. The salt trade brought wealth and influence to many cities. Salt also found its way into our language. The word salary comes from the old payment by salt.

Today, salt is a convenient and all-purpose condiment. With regard to gourmets and chefs salt is not just an easy condiment. There are differences between rock salt, iodized salt and the famous sea salt also called „Fleur de Sel“ or „Flor de Sal“.

Flor de Sal, which means salt flower is the most expensive sea salt. It is still gathered by hand or with simple tools according to very old tradition. It only develops on hot and windless days as a filmy coat on top of the water surface. It is ladled by hand with a wooden shovel. During the past decades Flor de Sal gained in gastronomic importance. Today we can see an increasing demand for Flor de Sal on the growing food product market.