Spruce tips emerge in the Klondike around the end of May and last a couple weeks. They are a sure sign of summer, and a favourite among local foragers.
One of the many uses for spruce tips are as a boreal herb. They have a fresh foresty fragrance that is not yet piney, perfect for salads or to top fresh baked bread. I also use them to flavour moose stews and to prepare fish for smoking or grilling.
This salt is a blend of locally foraged spruce tips and grey sea salt. The citrusy notes of the spruce tips hit your nose as soon as the jar is opened, perfectly preserved by the salt, which has a high moisture content and pleasant crumble.
Spruce Tip Salt
Ingredients: Wild Foraged Spruce Tips, Grey Sea Salt
This product is shipped in 2oz reusable glass jars. If the product arrives damaged please contact me as soon as possible to arrange replacement or store credit.