In 1997, we had a go at making our own sea salt by leaving a saucepan of Anglesey seawater to bubble away on the ancient Aga in our family kitchen. As the salt crystals started to form, we knew we’d struck culinary gold and Halen Môn was born. 

Today, Halen Môn remains a family company and we continue to be all about provenance, product and people. We are very particular about where we make our sea salt, how we make it and whom we get to harvest it. We believe that this is the best sea salt money can buy. And we’ve even been given Protected Designation of Origin status which puts our sea salt up there with the likes of Champagne and Parma Ham. We think people who appreciate good food appreciate good sea salt to season it with. And we believe that Halen Môn is a vital ingredient in any food lover’s kitchen.

We hope you feel the same and enjoy exploring our site as much as you do cooking with our sea salt.

Alison & David Lea-Wilson



Founders, Halen Môn

Roasted Chilli + Garlic Sea Salt Squash

Fancy a simple, comforting Sunday supper? Peel and very thinly slice a butternut squash (don't put your knife all the way through) Rub it with good olive oil, Pure Sea Salt with Chilli and Garlic and a grind or two of black pepper. Maybe a sprinkle of some hardy...

Autumn/ Winter Events at Halen Môn

Our brand-new tipi has arrived, and our cafe is open seven days a week in the day time.  We also have a host of delicious evening events lined up to see us through the cold and crisp months ahead. We sell tickets for evening events through Eventbrite - click the...

Finding an Alternative to Plastic

We started Halen Môn in 1997 because we love the area where we live. It makes sense then that we care deeply about the environment. Our packaging is an absolute priority for us and we are actively looking into alternatives to our current plastic pouches. It is...

Wild Swimming Spots in North Wales

Wild Swimming, or simply swimming outdoors as some people would prefer to call it, has enjoyed a real resurgence in recent years in the UK. Something about the bracing water, the rushing air and the natural high of submerging yourself outdoors is addictive. North...

Pipers Farm x Tide: An Autumn Supper

Halen Môn's Sam Lomas and Pipers Farm’s Connor Reed are joining forces for a one-off dinner at Tide/ Llanw. Sam and Connor, who worked together at River Cottage in Devon, will be cooking a five course menu on Friday 4th October at Halen Môn in Brynsiencyn. Guests...

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