The sweet and savoury aroma of maple syrup meets a touch of oaky barrel aged bourbon flavour. For an unexpected twist, add it into a brunch themed cocktail. This is superb on pork, brussels sprouts, sweet breakfast items, and grilled pineapple. It is also a great add in to mustards or your homemade BBQ sauce. This vinegar has become a brunch favourite and a creative addition to roasting brussels sprouts. For a burst of flavour, pair it with any spicy olive oil, but for a delicate flavour contrast, pair it with a Medium EVOO. A sweet and warm balsamic that is superb on waffles, pork chops, and pancakes. It is also a delicious accompaniment to fruit, Greek yogurt or ice cream.
Olive Oil Pairings: Cayenne, Harissa, Chipotle, Butter, Blood Orange, any EVOO
Complements: BBQ Sauces, Reductions, Marinades for Slow Cooked / Roasted / Grilled Pork, Chicken or Salmon, Cruciferous Vegetables, Winter Squash, Pastries and Creamy Desserts
● Drizzle with Roasted Walnut or Butter olive oil on pancakes, waffles and French toast
● Glaze reduction for bacon slices, chicken, pork
● Combine with Blood Orange olive oil for a unique salad dressing
● Add it to the wet ingredients of your favourite pumpkin bread recipe or whip it into cream
cheese to top carrot cake
● Mix with a spicy Dijon mustard to top ham
● Add to baked beans or a homemade barbecue sauce
● Combine it with confectioners sugar to glaze scones and cinnamon buns
Country of Origin: Modena, Italy
Notes: We intentionally did not use “real” maple syrup in order to not blow out the calories
counts and sugars
Conservation: Cool, dry conditions, away from direct sunlight at temperatures not exceed 80F
Allergens: Contains naturally occurring sulfites.
Shelf Life: 18 Months (for maximum flavour)
All natural. No artificial flavours. No thickeners. No caramel colour or dyes.
What is balsamic oil or balsamic vinaigrette & why is balsamic vinegar different?
While many use the terms balsamic vinaigrette and balsamic vinegar interchangeably, it’s essential to understand the distinction between the two. Balsamic vinegar is a rich, dark, and concentrated liquid made from freshly crushed grape juice, which is aged for several years in wooden barrels. Its signature sweet and tangy flavour is a result of this prolonged aging process. On the other hand, balsamic vinaigrette is not a traditional product and is typically a blend of olive oil infused with balsamic vinegar flavours. This blend offers a milder taste, making it suitable for those who prefer a more subdued balsamic essence in their dishes. Some popular oil & vinegar pairings are listed above.