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Season Your Meal With Salt Made From Human Tears

Season Your Meal With Salt Made From Human Tears
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A line of salt said to be collected from crying humans experiencing a range of emotions have gone on sale in London.

Kyana Gordon
  • 30 may 2012

Feeling sad? Well there’s a seasoning that can be coupled with your emotions. Sold by Hoxton Street Monster Supplies in London, ‘Salt Made From Tears’ is a new collection developed from a novel technique – tears extracted from humans suffering in various emotional states and physical conditions. From tears of sorrow to the watery stream made by laughing, each salt has a distinctly different taste. A brief description reads:

Salt Made From Tears combines centuries-old craft with the freshest human tears which are gently boiled, released into shallow crystallisation tanks, then harvested by hand and finally rinsed in brine. Experience the full range of these flavours in this exclusive collection.

Produced by Halen Môn in collaboration with Studio Weave and We Made This,  a percentage of sales supports the Ministry of Stories, a children’s writing center which stimulates the imaginations of tomorrow’s young storytellers.

Hoxton Street Monster Supplies

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