Himalayan Salt Tequila Shot Glasses
Now with Insert That Keeps Tequila From Becoming Too Salty
Our new, patent pending insert solves the dilemma of too much salt in your tequila. These popular best-sellers featured in InStyle, The Food Network Magazine and O,The Oprah Magazine have the finely veined, translucent appearance of rose quartz, and actually are carved from the finest quality, food grade Himalayan pink salt. They naturally add the perfect nuanced, salty note to your favorite tequila. No need for messy table salt, just serve with lime wedges for a bite of citrus tartness.
Now you can use these distinctive glasses for tequila or Bloody Mary shooters or to serve individual sized appetizers such as gazpacho or ceviche without the worry of your drink or food getting too salty. Salt is a long-lasting, naturally anti-bacterial mineral so these glasses require just a little care to become your favorite party starter for years to come. Do not put in the dishwasher, simply rinse quickly and wipe dry between each use.
Holding .8 ounce, these shot glasses come in boxed sets of 4
About Himalayan Crystal Salt
Himalayan Crystal Salt was formed over 250 million years ago when the Himalayan Mountains rose up out of the primitive ocean which covered nearly the entire surface of the planet. Back then, the ocean's salt water was completely pure, with none of the pollutants and toxins found in all water today. It has the mineral memory of that original ocean water complete with all the minerals and trace elements that are found in our bodies and essential to life. The same water that many believe is where all life evolved.
Himalayan salt comes from a low-lying region situated in the first foothills of the Himalayas, over an area of approximately 200 square miles, in the northwest corner of Pakistan. Powerful tectonic movements gave rise to the Himalayan Mountain range. Over millions of years, the enormous pressure accompanying the buckling of the Earth's crust and the formation of these mountains, buried and crystallized the salt water. Trapped in the mountains for millions of years, this crystal salt was protected from both air and water pollution which is present today all over the world.
The deposits of salt from ancient oceans are found 1,200 to 2,000 feet below the surface. Carefully mined, this is the highest quality and the purest salt in the world. No need for processing or purification like virtually all other salt. Any salt harvested in modern times directly from the sea will contain pollutants and toxins which must be removed if the salt is to be used for human consumption. Processes which remove pollutants and toxins will also remove most of the minerals and trace elements essential to our bodies.