Fresh water salt rocks are generally less salty than brackish salt rocks, so you can drink your water and drink it fresh without having to worry about it being too salty for your taste buds.
If you prefer to taste salty, though, you can also enjoy salt rock tea, which has a slightly sweet taste.
If not, the more salty rock drink is your thing, as is the more traditional salt-based tea, and the tea of the salt-rock variety.
The more salty you drink the better, according to the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA), which is based in Adelaide.
And if you’re a fan of salty food, you should definitely try the salt rock salt and pepper shaker, which combines the salt and the pepper.
If all else fails, you could always add in some sesame seeds to your tea.