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Honey vinegar (250 ml)

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Honey vinegar is a delicacy worthy of the most demanding palates. It has a sweet touch, smoother and with less acidity than wine vinegar.
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It is amber with a certain turbidity that decreases over time as the colour darkens, is very aromatic with a sweet touch that improves the taste of food.

It is made from mead by adding a little vinegar and the whole mead is then added and when it has been made vinegar it is still added more honey because after all it has 55% honey and 45% water.

It can be used in all types of salads and in any food where the vinegar is commonly used. It combines very well with stewed meat giving a very particular flavour to the meat and the sauce. It is inevitable to wet bread over the remaining broth when eating the salad because it is a real joy.

The vinegar of wine has of 5º to 6º of acidity and the vinegar of honey hardly reaches 3,5º.

It is highly recommended as it helps in proper digestion, cleanses the body and helps to lose weight.

Tuesday, 31 January 2017
es un vinagre muy apetecible porque es más suave y con un toque diferente tanto que hoy cogemos 2 más
Pilar Gonzalez Alvarez
Sunday, 29 January 2017
no probé nunca vinagre de miel pero debo decir que es un gran descubrimiento porque da un toque increible
Ana Belen Perez Alvarez
Sunday, 29 January 2017
en la ensalada da un toque dulce pero no empalagoso buen producto
Maria Rosa Lomba Martinez
Wednesday, 25 January 2017
Lo pedí ayer nada más leer el newsletter y hoy ya lo recibí, deciros que es extraordinario el sabor mas suave que el tipico vinagre fuerte, ni blanco ni negro, muyyy recomendable
Javin Garrigo Rato
Provenance
Valencia (Spain)

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- Natural fruit from Valencia
- No post-harvest residue
- Naturally sun-ripened
- Direct from the orchard
- Best price on the net

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