Jalapeno Lime White Balsamic Vinegar 375 ml (12 oz) bottle
Jalapeno Lime White Balsamic Vinegar 375 ml (12 oz) bottle
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Jalapeno Lime White Balsamic Vinegar 375 ml (12 oz) bottle

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Good Eats: Vinaigrettes, glazes and marinades for meats, ceviche, homemade pico de gallo and salsa, fresh fruit, and margaritas.

Perfect Pairings: Basil, Persian Lime, Chipotle, Herbs de Provence, Milanese Gremolata, Harissa, and Roasted Onion & Cilantro Infused Olive Oils and Blood Orange Fused Olive Oil.

Our Jalapeño Lime White Balsamic Vinegar balances sweet, tart, and spicy perfectly. It’s a great option for dishes needing a bit of green, peppery heat.

Try adding a splash or two of this vinegar to your homemade salsas and pico de gallo. Combine with our Roasted Onion & Cilantro Infused Olive Oil for a wonderful marinade for pork chops and skirt steak (use 2 parts olive oil to one part vinegar).

Combine with one of our perfect pairings for a tasty and punchy vinaigrette for your salads. Our favorite is spring mix with roasted corn, avocado, and grilled chicken.

This citrusy-spicy vinegar is also a great drizzle for grilled corn and fresh fruits.

Balsamic Vinegar is a delicious aged vinegar, prized for its sweet-tart, concentrated flavor. We offer you the very best Balsamic Vinegars that we import directly from the rolling hills of Modena, Italy, where true balsamic vinegars have been produced since the Middle Ages.

True balsamic vinegar is not made from wine, as you might expect, but rather from pressed, un-fermented Trebbiano and Lambrusco grapes. The pressed grapes are simmered over an open flame, and reduced to a thick syrup. This sweet syrup is in turn fermented twice, then slowly aged and evaporated in a succession of smaller and smaller barrels, made from different aromatic woods. As the balsamic vinegar ages, moisture evaporates out, and the vinegar thickens and its complex flavors become more concentrated.

Balsamic Vinegar has many culinary uses, including salad dressings, dips, marinades, reductions and sauces. Try a splash of balsamic vinegar to enhance steaks, fish, egg dishes -- even fresh fruit, and on ice creams, gelati and desserts. Buon Appetito!