By | Jun 4, 2010

Was this a scam or a clever marketing idea? I was sceptical at first but having just seen Jamie Oliver cooking with seawater in Greece last week I am beginnin to suspect this is a great idea.

Acquamara is bottled, filtered and bottled seawater sourced from the beaches off the tiny Hebridean island of Berneray.

The hottest product on Scotland’s cooking scene at the moment, Acquamara is already in use by many top chef professionals such as Roy Brett and Tom Kitchen.

Sea water is said to bring out the flavours of the vegetables and seafood being cooked and Aquamara has already been showcased at Taste Edinburgh and the Meadows Festival with great success.

Needless to say the media have been quick to spotlight the product. Full details including stockists and online ordering is all the Acquamara web site:

6 Comments so far
  1. Jane Roche March 17, 2011 2:51 pm

    Is it available anywhere in the United States?

  2. ami February 8, 2012 5:10 am

    please get in countact with me i have interst in your product.
    i would like to buy bottles of your sea water product.!!
    please tell me how you are making sure that the water are purified and do y make continuity between seasons and other changable factors?

  3. james mallon February 8, 2013 12:47 pm

    Is this pure sea water, without any properties added or taken away?

    Kind regards

    James Mallon

  4. admin February 9, 2013 10:25 pm

    yes – as far as we can tell this is pure sea water, presumably filtered and ready to use for cooking.


  5. Dory Storey November 19, 2014 3:57 pm

    Hi, Do you know where in England or UK can we buy bottled sea water ready for use on cooking as is shown on TV.

    There is any shops in UK to buy or even if there is a private supplier please let us know.


  6. Carlotta August 30, 2016 8:17 pm

    Where can I buy or order Acquamara bottled sea water? I live in the Midlands.

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