A white and blue container for fleur de sel with a cork top and wooden spoon

Fleur de Sel


A great gift for your cooking enthusiast friend. Is that person you?



Southern Brittany's medieval walled town of Guerande sits on a peninsula of the same name which is known for its salt marshes. There, in the sun and wind by the end of dry summer days, the evaporated seawater leaves behind a crust of crystalized salt. Workers use wooden rakes to gently harvest the salt, the same way it's been done for a thousand years. Slow, painstaking work, the salt marshes of Guerande each produce only about 2.2 pounds of salt per day during the harvest season.


  • A finishing salt par excellence in a fetching ceramic pot with a cork stopper
  • By Artisans du Sel
  • Product of Guérande, France, which is famed for its very white, snow-like salt that has a slight scent of violet
  • Wooden salt scoop included
  • Ingredients: Hand-harvested natural Guérande Fleur de Sel
  • Dimensions: 3.5 oz. jar

A Closer Look

The name fleur du sal means "flower of salt" because of patterns in the crystals that look like flowers. Sought after by chefs and home cooks alike, this is the salt you want on hand to finish dishes just before serving or to have at the table.

Close Up of Salt

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