Mission Fig Balsamic Vinegar

$ 8.50
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AGED Balsamic Vinegar | Modena, ITALY

Mission Fig Balsamic Vinegar - delicious and sweet, it displays subtle nutty and caramel flavors. It's excellent in marinades and dressings, or with cheese for a sophisticated cheese plate. Mix it with any of our extra virgin olive oils for a delicious bred dip.

All Natural, no artificial flavors or additional ingredients.

Use on

Dressings, bread dipping, as a B-B-Q glaze, or drizzled on cheese.

Pairs with:

Garlic, Blood Orange, Lemon, Tuscan Herb Olive Oils or Any Extra Virgin Olive Oil in our selection.

Nutritional Facts

INGREDIENTS: Grape must, red wine vinegar, natural flavors, naturally occurring sulfites, fig concentrate.
ACIDITY - 4% 

GRAPE VARIETY - Trebbiano
ORIGIN - Modena, ITALY
All natural, gluten-free, no msg, no alcohol, and free of any peanut products.

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Clair
My absolute favorite flavor!

I use this flavor on food from pizza to certain meats! The flavor profile is so rich without being overpowering. Everyone who I’ve told to try this flavor loves it.

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Layla

This is my 3rd order for this balsamic vinegar. It was delivered fast and packed superbly! This vinegar tastes like nothing I’ve had before it’s sweet and tart but not overly sweet like a lot of balsamic vinegars. It is so fresh tasting on salads. It truly makes a salad delightful to eat every day for lunch.

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Layla

I love this fig balsamic vinegar! It’s absolutely delicious!

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Wendi Cross
Yum!

First, this company is terrific! I messed up the shipping address and they changed it quickly and kindly. Second, fig balsamic is sublime. No need for any other IMHO.

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cbax
figgy and delicious

I like this ok for bread dipping (with a stronger EVO) and its good on a salad with a salty, crumbly cheese like feta, but think it will be even better drizzled over soft cheeses or baked brie, or heck, rich chocolate brownies paired with a full-bodied, opulent red maybe... I might even have to experiment with cocktails :)