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Nin 28 Bé° x 4

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Witness the precious moments of natural salt harvest at your table. Pour a thin layer of Nin 28 Bé° in a ceramic vessel and create your own little heap of natural salt, enriched with 80 natural minerals and oligoelements from the Adriatic.

Every time you pour in the sea water it leaves a different mark on the enamel, due to varied evaporation speed and different salt concentrations within the layer. Every time you get a different natural abstract artwork.

Use with SAL⊥ by BOIR.

  • Nin 28 Bé° is natural,hand-bottled concentrated sea water from Nin Saltworks.
  • Packaged in amber glass bottle (100ml) with a product description label.
  • Set size: 4 x 100 ml bottle of Nin 28 Bé°
  • Natural, hand-bottled concentrated sea water from Nin Saltworks, Croatia.
  • Unlimited expiration date.

Dimensions (1 bottle): 145 x 117 mm
Weight (4 x bottle): 4 x 215 g (100 ml)= 860g (400 ml)
Package dimensions: 168 x 308 x 51 mm
Weight (package): 1.2 kg

  • All the materials are safe for alimentary use.
  • Store in a dry place.
  • Shake well before use.
  • Unlimited expiration date.

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Nin 28 Bé° is concentrated Adriatic sea water (brine), created during the natural process of evaporation in salt pans at Nin Saltworks - Solana Nin. 

It contains iodine from the algae which enables proper functioning of the thyroid gland, bromine, that is essential to the nervous system and potassium, which helps concentration and mental activity. The name comes from the Baumé scale, used to measure the density of liquids.  

Nin 28 Bé° is created during the natural process of evaporation in salt pans at Nin Saltworks - Solana Nin.

Take the ceramic vessel out of the wooden case. Shake the Nin 28 Bé° bottle before opening. Pour a very thin layer of concentrated seawater into the vessel; it should be enough to only just cover the bottom.

Expose the vessel to bright sunlight for one hour. Or, in lieu of sunlight, put the ceramic container in an oven set to 100 degrees celsius for 25 - 40 minutes, until crystals begin to appear.

Observe the evaporation process. The unique crystal patterns will start to materialize. When solidified and dry, place cooled vessel back in its wooden container for serving.

Enjoy the intimate ritual of salt harvesting by scraping the crystals with the T-shaped metal tool, reminiscent of those used by traditional sea salt harvesters.

Season your meal with the natural Adriatic salt you've just harvested.

SAL⊥ mimics the sustainable process of sea salt creation which the Mediterranean salt harvesters have been using for millennia.