Video: Sobbing on an industrial scale. "Salt from Human Tears" by Haxton Street Monster Supplies
2023 Author: Richard Flannagan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 05:58
British company Haxton Street Monster Supplies, which specializes in all sorts of quirky "monster" goods, has expanded its range of quirks with a selection of amazing spices. The set is called Salt Made From Tears, and consists of five jars with multi-colored free-flowing filler. The labels say that this is salt made using a special technology - from human tears … Tear salt expert Halen Mon says their company is following a method that has been proven for centuries. They collect tears from people, gently boil them, pour them into barrels for crystallization, and then rinse the collected crystals with saline and pack them into jars.
The company offers a choice of five varieties of "tear salt": from the tears caused by sneezing and laughter, anger and grief, as well as from the tears that flow from the eyes when chopping onions. They differ not only in appearance and structure, but also in color and taste. By the way, some people will probably have tears in their eyes when they see the cost of one jar of such salt. You will have to pay about $ 11 for one container, the entire Salt Made From Tears set costs $ 47.
Anticipating questions and doubts: of course, there can be no talk of real salt extracted from tears. In fact, Halen Mon uses sea salt tinted with other spices and seasonings. So, black pepper is added to "sneezing" salt, onion powder is added to "onion" salt, and lavender is added to "sad" salt. Visit Haxton Street Monster Supplies for details.
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