The wood comes from bourbon barrels which, by Kentucky state law, can only be used once in the making of bourbon. These barrels have been used to hold bourbon for a minimum of seven years. During this time, bourbon slowly soaks into the wood. Our supplier describes this as the barrel “marinating” in bourbon while the company Jim Beam calls this the devil’s cut. Kentucky state law says the barrels used to age bourbon must always be constructed from American Oak.
Flavor profile: hearty, complex smoky flavor with oaky notes
Use as an all-purpose salt that particularly enhances grilled chicken, corn on the cob, mac and cheese, soups, spice rubs and as a finishing salt for desserts.
5 oz, Course grain, no artificial flavors or additives, natural golden coloring from smoking process