Culinary Countdown: Ceilidh Gift Box

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DECEMBER 9: Tidal Salt’s Ceilidh Gift Box

This gift box was originally designed as a custom gift for a trade mission to South Korea and Japan. We really fell for this combination of three of our best selling products and decided to make it available to everyone!

The “ceilidh” is a cornerstone of the culture in Northern Nova Scotia, particularly in Cape Breton. This box brings some sweet and salty flavours together for an experience that is all its own, much like any visit to The Island.

The Tidal Salt Ceilidh Gift Box contains:

  • One large Highland Heart Fleur de Sel (harvested from St. George’s Bay in Antigonish County).
  • One small Maple Tidal Salt
  • One small Black Rocks Lava Tidal Salt

Enjoy this premium box with just about anything you can dream up in your kitchen. Makes a perfect gift for the foodies in your life.

Price: $21.00 (special holiday price; subject to change)
Where to Purchase: Online on Tidal Salt’s website
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More Information: Tidal Salt
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About Tidal Salt:

Tidal Salt harvests premium, single-sourced sea salt from the freshest locations along our historic coastline. This sea salt is perfect for people who love authentic tastes enhanced by a product that was made with care. Our sea salt is made proudly in Nova Scotia, Canada.

We are committed to protecting our coastal waters, we use glass jars exclusively and spend time after each water collection to do a shoreline clean up.


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