Three bodies of water, three taste profiles. Each of these single origin sea salts comes environments with very different waters.
Whittier - Passage Canal is tucked tightly between mountains and glaciers. As these glaciers eventually reach the ocean, the waters gain more minerals.
Kenai - Off the coast of the western Kenai peninsula, these deep waters of Cook Inlet experience massive tidal changes every 12 hours - in one location, the tide difference is 33 feet, which is the second largest in North America.
Kachemak Bay - From the spit that extends five miles into the bay near Homer, these waters have both large tidal changes - about 20' - and glaciers flowing into them.