Do You Salt Your Cocktails?
Salted Spiced Rum
It’s coming to the end of the season and the hot days are getting shorter. It is a bitter-sweet time at the coastline. Just like this cocktail, you can taste the warmth of the summer coming to the end.MIX IT
This Collins Cocktail is as Classic as Collins Avenue in Sayville, NY. This small town corner has been the site of many great restaurants and taverns over the years. Take a sip and enjoy the salt of the past.MIX IT
One sip of this salty, tangy lime cocktail will bring you to the shores of Long Island’s East End. Whether you are lounging poolside in the Hamptons or calming in Peconic Bay. It will bring a smile to your face.MIX IT
Amagansett Sea Salt
Leading chefs recognize Amagansett Sea Salt as one of the world’s most revered finishing salts. Our culinary salts are used at outstanding restaurants and by chefs, cooks, gourmets, and food and beverage artisans of all levels.
A message from the Salt Makers
‘‘Amagansett salt is unrefined, crunchy sea salt, crafted entirely by hand in small batches from the Atlantic Ocean. Our traditional process utilizing open-air salt pans is entirely natural, requiring only the sea, wind, sun, and patience. We evaporate fresh, clean, filtered seawater outdoors under the sun and bathed by ocean breezes. We do not boil or oven-dry seawater. We do not trap the forming crystals in a factory building or greenhouse. We use no anti-caking agents, bleaching additives, or other chemical additions. We proudly and painstakingly craft our products to our exacting standards without cutting corners.‘‘
Visit Amagansett Sea Salt at www.amagansettseasalt.com.