I only discovered artisanal balsamic several months ago. It’s sweet and tangy and rich and delicious. And low fat and low calorie. Salad dressing: never again.
We enjoy this balsamic vinegar, a favorite of ours. Its flavor is modestly sweet, with a hint of prune and fig. It is not vinegary, as many store-bought products are. The texture is thicker and close to syrup, which is excellent for our use. We mix this with either walnut or hazelnut oil and add it to our salads. We are repeat customers and will continue using this vinegar in the future.
This age balsamic is thick, immensely flavorful, and will enhance any dish. I use it daily with salads, grilled meats, and baked veggies. I used to live by Georgetown Olive Oil so walking to pick up a bottle was a matter of convenience. Now I drive out of my way to replenish and buy this for gifts :)
Purchased a small bottle of this balsamic vinegar and was very pleased how rich the taste is. Many grocery store balsamic vinegars taste mainly like vinegar. This one has a smooth flavor that is pleasing to the palate. It’s delicious over pasta, in salad dressing or any other dish that calls for balsamic vinegar. I think it’s perfect! I’ll definitely be back to purchase a larger bottle!
We keep coming back to this Traditional Style Balsamic. It is simply our favorite. Salad dressing made with the Picholine Morrocan Virgin Olive oil, some crushed garlic and the Traditional Balsamic is plain yummy. We are totally pleased with it.