Trader Joe's Fans Are Freaking Out Over Its New Wine Infused Sea Salt

You may never guess it, but the next time you want to season your meal, you have a ton of salt options available at your fingertips. According to Country Living, 12 different kinds of salt have made their ways into kitchens across the world, which range from ordinary table salt all the way to smoked salt and black Hawaiian salt. While you have a wide variety of options in front of you if you want to branch out and try something different, Trader Joe's now looks to expand this list of seasonings with their latest wine infused sea salt.

Instagrammer @traderjoeslist recently discovered the new take on salt during one of their grocery runs and had to snap a photo for social media. The picture came alongside a caption that read, "NEW WINE INFUSED SEA SALT SEASONING GRINDER• $4.99 • Don't worry, this is really just a sea salt grinder with rosemary. I didn't taste any of the rosé wine flavor but it does have a nice rosé hue to it! If you're in need of an ample amount of salt, then this is your grinder! Will you be adding this to your #traderjoes list?" Anyone looking to actually get a hint of wine in their salt might feel a tad disappointed, but that didn't stop a flurry of positive replies from the Instagrammer's followers.

A new take on salt

Fans couldn't hold back their excitement and immediately responded with a ton of positivity. Gems like, "Already used it on air fried brussel sprouts. So delicious and I can see it being great on other veggies and red meat," and "This was amazing!!!! I used it last night and took my recipe to the next level." Others couldn't wait to grab it on their next Trader Joe's run, saying, "I'm going to Trader Joe's this week so I hope I can remember to pick this up!!!" While others had just snagged the product from shelves, replying with, "Bought it yesterday!!! But haven't tried it yet!"

If you have searched high and low for a fun way to spruce up some tried-and-true meals, it might not hurt to give this new salt a shot. It might not taste like a cabernet or merlot, but the pink-hued salt has the potential to make anything it goes on stand out a bit more. If you find the product, see if it lives up to the hype and with any luck, you might just discover your go-to secret ingredient.