Sea moss or known in Jamaica as Irish Moss is a sea weed that's
cultivated and harvested in the ocean. It's then spread over large areas
and sun dried. There are no fertilizers or bleaching chemical used.
It's naturally grown and harvested just for you. Sea moss can be used in
shakes, as a health drink, as a thickener ingredients for cakes, ice
cream, gravies, etc. Also, it can be used like Jell-O or simply eaten
raw. Sea moss is wholesome, natural, God's gift to mankind right from
the ocean. So try some today!
We been here selling SEA MOSS on the internet since 2002 before others our price is constant and our quality superior.
process of spreading naturally grown seaweed,
seamoss or to some irish moss over large areas in
the sun for its naturally bleaching effect. Our
producers adds no artificial fertilizers, chemicals
or bleach in the drying or manufacturing process.
This product is grown naturally in the ocean.
Sea moss which is known in Jamaica as
Irish moss is a sea weed that's cultivated
and harvested in the ocean.
Sea moss can be used in shakes, as a
health drink, as a thickener ingredient for
cakes, ice cream, gravies, etc. Also, it can
be used like Jell-O or simply eaten raw.
Sea moss is wholesome, natural, God's gift
to mankind right from the ocean. Try some
MOSS(IRISH MOSS) DRINK
1oz. fresh SEA
4 Pints of water
1 tablespoon rum
10 oz. Sweetened milk
1/2 teaspoon grated
1 tbsp. strawberry
syrup - (for color)
Add Sugar if needed
1. If fresh SEA MOSS is
to be used, rinsed toughly to remove any residue then soak it for a few
hours in water; rinsed again.
2. Simmer the moss in
the water until tender. Then top up the water to the original
level and bring to boil.
3. Strain the liquid
through a muslin cloth or fine sieve.
4. Add sugar to taste,
then the rum, milk, nutmeg.
5. Add enough
strawberry syrup to make it slightly pink in color.
Transfer the liquid to a glass bowl and refrigerate until it has set.
STORAGE AND OTHER QUESTIONS
During the past year many customers have asked
questions about SEA MOSS and we will try to
answer them for you.
1. How do you store seamoss?
a. SEA MOSS is best stored in air tight plastic
bag, away from light. Do not placed your unused
seamoss in the refrigerator this will be
exposing the seamoss salt crystals to too much
2. What is the best process to prepare my
a. SEA MOSS should be washed off toughly with
water to remove all non-seamoss residues.
b. Then it should be soaked overnight or for at
least three hours to open up the SEA MOSS and to
remove any remaining salt.
c. The SEA MOSS should be rinsed off for the last
time before placing in your recipe.
3. What is the best way to dissolve my seamoss?
a. There is no right or wrong way in which to
dissolve your SEA MOSS. Some prefer to place the
rinse SEA MOSS in a blender and liquefy before
boiling; others suggested we boiled in water and
stir constantly until dissolved.
4. How much seamoss should I use at a serving?
a. Those familiar with consistency of
commercially prepared SEA MOSS drinks we suggest
to reach that consistency you should use about
an once of SEA MOSS per 3pint of water and boiled
down mixture while stirring for about ½ hr;
strain off and sugar while hot, also add your