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Dark Balsamic Vinegar (8oz)
Dark Balsamic Vinegar (8oz)
Dark Balsamic Vinegar (8oz)
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Dark Balsamic Vinegar (8oz)

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Trusted by MICHELIN Star restaurants around the country.

Our dark balsamic vinegar is made from the Pedro Ximenez grape, which is used to make a dessert wine and other red varietal grapes from the Jerez region of Spain. Imagine port wine turned into balsamic vinegar. Raw and unpasteurized. No sugar, caramel coloring, or preservatives added. It contains naturally occurring sulfites.

NOTES: black currants, dark berries, jam

ORIGIN: Spain

SUGGESTED USES & PAIRINGS: use in dressings and meat glazes. Pairs well with greens and arugula.

INGREDIENTS: wine vinegar, grape must

2-year shelf life

RECIPES:
SAFFI BALSAMIC VINAIGRETTE RECIPE
SAFFI MUHAMMARA (RED PEPPER SAUCE)
SAFFI APPLE CIDER VINAIGRETTE
SAFFI SWEET AND SOUR SAUCE

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Tina Schooler
Great for Caprese Salad!!

I love caprese salad! I used garden fresh grape tomatoes and basil, garlic and mozzarella pearls with the dark balsamic vinegar and olive oil drizzled over the mix. The flavor is amazing paired with the tomatoes, basil and mozzarella. Absolutely delicious!
Tina Schooler
Raider West Lavender Farm
raiderwestfarms.com

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Danielle
Favorite Dark Balsamic

This is by far my favorite dark balsamic. It's sweet and thick but not artificial. It's hard to describe the flavor, but I highly recommend you try it. I use it for a simple balsamic vinaigrette (balsamic, olive oil, and just a little dijon mustard), or reduce it down in a pan for a balsamic reduction.