With the piquancy of the herbs, it is an excellent addition to our salads. It is also delicious on its own, drizzled over salads, but you can also make a vinaigrette with olive oil or your favourite cold-pressed oil, mixed with salt and pepper to taste, to make a very tasty dressing.
As a refreshing drink, mix about a tablespoon of balsamic vinegar in a glass of water and drink it. Not only is it delicious, but it can also help you stay healthy.
It goes very nicely with meats, whether you use it as a dressing for ready-roasted meats or just add a few drops to season your ready-made dish, it will add an exciting blend of flavours.
Feel free to mix it into an oily meat marinade and leave it to rest for an hour or two. Then fry it in a pan or oven, the vinegar will make it much softer and more tender.
The product contains no preservatives, flavourings or flavour enhancers. It is sweetened with fruit must and contains no added sugar.
Ingredients: elderflower, lemon balm and thyme bed-matured furmint wine vinegar 75%, apple cider vinegar, concentrated apple must
Nutritional value/100ml: Energy 408kJ/96kcal, Fat 0g of which saturated fatty acids 0g, Carbohydrate 21,1g of which sugars 21,1g, Protein 0,3g, Salt 0g
Apple cider vinegar and wine vinegar alone have countless positive physiological effects. We have taken this a step further by steeping various herbs in the vinegar. This has resulted in a really great balsamic vinegar, which can be an excellent addition to many immune-boosting cures. Elderflower can be beneficial for the normal functioning of our respiratory system. Lemon balm has a soothing effect and can also be effective in aiding digestion. Thyme is an anti-inflammatory that can help treat sore throats and coughs, and is an immune booster.
When these herbs are steeped in vinegar, their refreshing, succulent and distinctive flavours are enticing to all.