Sweet Peach White Balsamic

(3 customer reviews)

$12

250ml (8.5 FL OZ)

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Description

Enjoy something deliciously different! Our delightful peach balsamic vinegar is the perfect blend of sweet and tangy. Artisan-crafted from fresh-picked peaches and white balsamic vinegar, then aged in oak barrels for a rich, complex flavor, this fruity vinegar combines the summer sweetness of sun-ripened peaches with the tart tanginess of a fine balsamic vinegar.

Superb as a glaze on pork, turkey, and vegetables. Adds a little zing to chicken salads. Try a drizzle on top of ice cream, cheesecake or plain yogurt. When the taste of the food you prepare truly matters, Sciabica’s award-winning quality makes all the difference.



INGREDIENTS: Balsamic Vinegar (grapes) + Peaches
contains trace sulfites (less than 0.1%)

NUTRITIONAL INFO (1 Tablespoon – 15ml): Total Fat: 0g | Trans Fat: 0g | Sodium: 0g | Total Carbohydrate: 2g (1%) | Sugars 2g | Protein 0g


Additional information

Weight 1.25 lbs
Dimensions 2 × 2 × 6.5 in

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  1. Kara

    Universally delicious

    Kara

    It is amazing on salmon, chicken, and even red meat! I was hesitant to try it on red steak but I made stake and mushrooms one night and marinated it with the Sweet Peach basalmic fist, and man was it delicious! I don’t let myself run out of it.

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  2. Sheryl

    Summer in my mouth

    Sheryl

    Yummy on fish, shrimp, salsas and salads. Try on tomato/watermelon/basil salad.

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  3. Marco

    5+ stars

    Marco

    Try it on a good vanilla yogurt and man what a great flavor. Better yet, pour some on ice cream and what a joy. I reduced a 1/2 cup with 1/2 water, and garlic until I got about 3/4 of a cup. Used a little to marinade a pork lion and used the rest to glaze it as it was bbqing. What a treat and thanks for offering this!!!!!!

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