Oriel Sea Salt


We love to hear what you think and here are some quotes from clients and chefs, please send us yours and we would be delighted to add them in.

Ed O’Donnell, O’Donnells Crisps: 

“We tried a range of Sea Salts, but the taste profile of Oriel Sea Salt was supreme, these crisps have a wonderfully addictive taste"

Ross Lewis, Chapter One: 

"It's not until you taste this salt that you realise how clean and pure its flavour could and should be. And it's Irish we should all be using it!!!" 

Noel Mc Meel, Lough Erne Resort: 

"Everyone should be using this, a super ingredient and it’s Irish”

Ed Cooney, The Pearl at The Merrion Hotel: 

“Finally, a Sea Salt that does not overpower the dish but elevates the overall taste, super and Irish" 

Debbie “Cakebombs”: 

“If Oriel Sea Salt was a coffee, it would be the finest roast blend, and the rest would just be de-caff”

Darren Harris, National Bakery College DIT:

“We found it to be very good, I was able to reduce salt down by 25% on average without difficulties in processing. I found it to be of good flavor and it had a clean taste. That said we really liked the breads that had a high level of your sea salt also!”

Fred Pillavoune, Fallon & Byrne: 

“Our new Focaccia bread made with Oriel Mineral Sea Salt is simply another world”

Joe McNamee, The Menu, Irish Examiner:

“Teeling’s Irish Whiskey Smoked Sea Salt is the culinary equivalent of a unicyclist balancing a pile of dinner plates atop a long pole, the other end of which is perched precariously on the tip of his put-upon proboscis—the concept alone is both terrifying and ridiculous and in reality it shouldn’t work at all yet somehow it does, three stonking great flavours, whiskey, smoke, salt, piled on top of each other and coming together in what can only be described as a very vigorous harmony” 

Domini Kemp, Itsa Food Company:

 “A lovely Irish Sea Salt which has a better flavor and stronger taste which means you can use less of a great natural product”


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