Monday, December 19, 2016

Aged Balsamic Vinegar review

I have a new love. I heart Aged Balsamic Vinegar di Modena Italy, Old World Tradizionale. It's so good!

On Amazon it comes in different sizes:

500ml is $21.98
250ml is $24.98


It can be added to so many things. I've added it to: Salad Dressings, Pumpkin Seeds, Soups and more! It has deep complex flavor using the Traditional Old World Solera Method to make it. It's barrel aged with: Trebbiano, Lambrusco and Sangiovese Grapes. They make it with an open pan reduction process, which helps capture the flavors and aromas. It's wonderfully balanced: Sweet, Acidity and Viscosity.

It's easy to drizzle on just about anything. The bottle has a spout that is handy for pouring.

Aged Balsamic Vinegar in Split Pea Soup:

I never really thought to add balsamic vinegar to soup before. It added such a wonderful flavor. I didn't even have to add that much to taste it. Nom Nom! My kids love it.

I could taste the Balsamic Vinegar in it. It was really good!

What do you like to add Balsamic Vinegar into?

Disclaimer: I received Aged Balsamic to review. This post is written by me, and states my true opinion.

1 comment:

~ Noelle said...

I love it for salads... am I weird? :)


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