Elderflower Balsamic Vinegar
Crisp and juicy with an intense floral aroma of honeysuckle flowers. The combination of fruity and floral done exceptionally well.
Elderflowers grow on the Black Elder Tree just as elderberries do. The delicate white Elderflowers are in season for a short time from the end of May to the beginning of June. They primarily prefer sunny locations located in Europe, North America, Asia, and Northern Africa.
Elderflowers have been used in many different cultures due to their antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties. They are very rich in bioflavonoids, mostly flavones, and flavonols, which are most commonly known for their antioxidants or immune boosters. Elderflower has been used to help alleviate some allergies, colds and flu, sinus infections, and other respiratory disturbances. Elderflower might also lower blood sugar levels similar to insulin.
- Think desserts!
- Reduced and drizzled on a lemon pound or olive oil cake (or as used in the royal wedding cake!)
- Makes a great addition to sparkling water
- Add a splash to your favorite fruity cocktail.
All of our balsamics are aged in wood barrels for up to 18 years.They are naturally free of any sugars, thickeners, and artificial ingredients. All-natural, always.
Ingredients: Grape must, wine vinegar, natural flavors, naturally occurring sulfites.
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