Italian produced organic Piedmont honey vinegar and Pinot Grigio grape must combined with natural ginger powder create this spectacular, round and beautifully structured honey-based vinegar. The dynamic fusion of honey and ginger opens up to perfectly well-balanced savoury and sweet flavours. The recipe ideas we get from the aromas of the freshly harvested thousand flower Italian honey kissed by the gentle heat of ginger are as dizzying as the scent of this balsamic. From salads, to noodles to stir-frys, any Asian inspired dish can benefit. Cold drinks, mulled cider, shrubs and hot sangria are outstanding when made with Honey & Ginger white balsamic.
Olive Oil Pairings: Persian Lime, Garlic, Italian Lemon, Toasted Sesame Seed, Milanese Gremolata, Basil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Herbes de Provence
COMPLEMENTS: Asian or Middle Eastern inspired Vinaigrettes, Fresh Fruit and Drinks, Sauces for Stir-Frys, Marinades for Root Vegetables, Beef Chicken, Pork, and Seafood, Reductions for Glazes, Dressings for Rice, Grains, Soba and Buckwheat Noodles.
- Use to marinate cucumbers or spiralized fresh zucchini before adding to a salad.
- Use to deglaze a pan after searing seafood with any Extra Virgin Olive Oil or the suggested oil pairings.
- Combine with brown sugar and use to glaze baby back ribs.
- Use in stir-fries by mixing it with Toasted Sesame Seed oil.
- Drizzle to finish steamed or fried rice.
- Combine with Persian Lime or Blood Orange olive oil and drizzle over carrots and red beets before grilling.
- Great on kale and arugula salads.
- Add to sparkling water for a refreshing drink.
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.