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Himalayan Pink Salt Pili Nuts 45g

$9.10 /pack

A Singapore Brand
Made in Philippines

45g

For a Greater Taste Experience, Try It with Our Pairing Recommendations:

  1. Le Nouveau Parisien Cabernet Sauvignon 750ml at $22.90
  2. Hello Kitty CAVA Sparkling Wine 750ml at $40.00
  3. Las Ninas Sauvignon Blanc 750ml at $22.80

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Description

Himalayan Pink Salt Pili Nuts

Ingredients: Activated Pili Nuts, Himalayan Pink Salt.

Pairing Recommendations:

  1. Le Nouveau Parisien Cabernet Sauvignon – The dark fruit notes from the wine, complement well with the saltiness and rich flavours from the pili nuts – making this pairing really tasty!
  2. Hello Kitty CAVA Sparkling Wine – A dessert wine with fruity flavours! A scent of raspberries, with other aromas of ripe forest fruits such as blackberry and plum. All that makes the pairing sweet and savoury! The salt from the pili nut brings out the fruitiness of the wine!
  3. Las Ninas Sauvignon Blanc – It has great aroma, reminiscent of flowers and an array of crisp fruits! It is easy to drink and paired with the Himalayan Pink Salt pili nuts, it is great for a nice chill night! This pairing brings out the creaminess of the nuts and the notes of the wine!

About Pili Pushers

Pili Pushers’ nutrient-rich pili nuts are hand-harvested from pili trees that grow wild on volcanic soil. Their high Vitamin E and Magnesium content help combat stress and free radicals, boost energy and maintain heart health. To enhance and preserve their vitamins and living enzymes, they are soaked in water then slowly dried at low temperatures. It’s unique crafted process allows you to enjoy that crisp yet deliciously creamy texture of this superfood.

Great with salad, muesli, cured meats, cheese and wine.

This product was awarded the Great Taste Awards 2016 which is the acknowledged benchmark for fine food and drink. This award has been described as the ‘Oscars’ of the food world and the ‘epicurean equivalent of the Booker prize’.