The Art of Salt Harvesting
Our #1 Raw Material
Salt from Salt Island, BVI
Salt Island is one of the islands of the archipelago of the British Virgin Islands located about 4.7 miles south east (151 degrees true) of Road Town, the main town on Tortola. It is named after its salt ponds, which were once an important resource.
Salt Island is most notable for the wreck of the Royal Mail packet steamer, RMS Rhone which sank in a hurricane on October 29, 1867 after she was driven back on Salt Island while attempting to head to safety at sea. Most of the ship's crew were lost. Many of the bodies were buried in a mass grave on Salt Island which is a short walk from the main beach and can be easily seen today. A wide circle of stones is laid upon the grave.
The population of the island hasn't been more than three people since at least 1980. They pay an annual rent to the Queen of the United Kingdom, delivered to the Governor, of a one-pound bag of salt.
East Caribbean Salt and Soap Co. Ltd uses top-of-the-line materials in every aspect of our production line, including working with local farmers that harvest our salt! We are well aware of how crucial high standards are when it comes to manufacturing products, and we’re committed to ensuring that you receive nothing but the best. If you have any questions about the specific materials we use or their sources, please contact us today.
Sweet & Nice
Contains local vanilla and cinnamon to spice up your popcorn or the top of your raisin bread!
Made with smoked local Habanero peppers, spice up your life and your dishes with this spicy blend.
Garlic and Onion
Onion and garlic go hand and hand. They are the duo that give your dish a savoury kick. The Garlic bread is calling!
Our Salt Island Hand Harvested Salt in it's natural form.
Our hickory smoked salt brings the smokey flavoring to dishes, especially meat!