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Thyme White Balsamic Vinegar 375 ml (12 oz) Bottle
Thyme White Balsamic Vinegar 375 ml (12 oz) Bottle
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Thyme White Balsamic Vinegar 375 ml (12 oz) Bottle

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Good Eats: We like to use this flavored white balsamic vinegar in brines for chicken, turkey, and pork, for drizzling over root vegetables, and in caramelized onions.

Perfect Pairs: Eureka Lemon, Basil, Wild Mushroom & Sage flavored olive oils, or any medium-intensity unflavored extra virgin olive oil.

Our Thyme Infused White Balsamic Vinegar is packed full of the flavors of fresh thyme, with flavorful, well-balanced sweet and tart flavors you’d expect from a white balsamic vinegar. Unlike many of our other flavored balsamic vinegars, this vinegar has strong earthy and green leafy flavors, making it a great addition to your vinegar collection.

Try this flavored white balsamic with chicken, turkey, and pork by adding a splash or two to a brine mixture or using it to baste during cooking. Use to flavor root vegetables – it’s especially good drizzled over roasted potatoes or added to caramelized onions. You can even add a little to your sausage and apple stuffing for a bit of extra herby flavor. If you’re like us and enjoy a good, savory cocktail, add a small amount to your favorite gin or vodka-based drink for a refreshing twist.

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!