Honey and ginger play well together and bring a gentle, spicy heat which balances perfectly with the white balsamic vinegar. The intense ginger “kick” is modestly offset and complemented by the natural sweetness of honey.
Tip: Add a sweet-sour-spicy flavor to salads. The complex flavors will naturally complement a wide variety of seafood and chicken based dishes. Also delicious brushed on grilled pineapple.
A connoisseur’s olive oil. If you like the flavor and aroma of White Truffle then you’ll love this oil. Made in Italy in an artisan fashion without the use of any extracts, this olive oil is smooth while having an unmistakable intense white truffle flavor. A great finishing olive oil.
Tip: A perfect finishing oil for many Mediterranean dishes, flavoring pastas, rice, risotto and potato dishes. Also great for meats, fowl and vegetables. Try it drizzled on popcorn!
Remember, just a few drops drizzled on your favorite dishes is enough!
Incredible bold flavor of wild blueberries make this balsamic one of our best sellers. Blueberries have been married into balsamic vinegar, making a product that speaks for itself. Blueberry lovers really appreciate this addition to our extensive line of Balsamic Vinegars of Modena.
Tip: Use our Blueberry Balsamic Vinegar over any garden salad. Try it drizzled over fresh sliced peaches, cantaloupe, fruit salad and ice cream. It is also wonderful drizzled pungent cheeses.
Wickedly delicious combination of fresh herbaceous sage paired with earthy, savory wild mushrooms. The result is a decadent, intoxicatingly aromatic olive oil which will complement a wide array of savory applications.
Tip: Try drizzled over cream of mushroom soup, in risotto, stuffing and aioli. It makes inspired vinaigrette when paired with Oregano White Balsamic or a splash of 25 Year Reserve Sherry Vinegar. It takes poultry and pork to a whole new level. Drizzle across a succulent steak or over mashed potatoes.
Zahtar is an aromatic herb and spice mixture used in the Middle East, especially Turkey, Jordan and North Africa. It is used on meats and vegetables, and is also mixed with olive oil to make a spread or dip. Zahtar has a unique zesty/herby flavor.