Christmas Vinegar - Apple and Cardamom
- A seasonal vinegar, combining apple and cardamom
- A unique creation to give a fruity and tangy nuance
- To consume with savory or sweet dishes
The gourmet spirit of Christmas in a unique vinegar !Must-haves winter flavors, apple, and precious cardamom intertwine perfectly in this vinegar creation imagined by Frédéric Chaix, Oliviers&Co master vinegar maker. This Christmas vinegar is made from white wine vinegar and Alcobaça IGP apples, a Portuguese variety renowned for its juicy flesh and hint of acidity.
Green cardamom from Guatemala combined with the sweetness of apple reveals fresh notes of citrus and pine sap on the palate. Deliciously fruity and spicy, this Christmas Vinegar will bring deliciousness and freshness to take your festive plates from the entrance to a journey for dessert.
This vinegar goes wonderfully well with delicately mixed salads, fish and shellfish, white wines, cheese, and desserts,
In short, Alcobaça apple white wine vinegar is a condiment with delicate aromas and harmonious flavors, which can be used to enhance many dishes and create elegant and refined taste combinations.
Name : Specialty vinegar with apple and cardamom
Net quantity : 250 ml
Origin : Product of Portugal
Ingredients : white wine vinegar (sulphites) 65%, apple 15%, sugar, cardamom 5%
Special storage conditions : Store away from heat and light
The Alcobaça apple
Recognized by the Protected Geographical Indication, the Alcobaça apple is renowned for its intense flavor and crunchy flesh. Alcobaça is a town located in central Portugal, in Estremadura, a region known for its agriculture.
One of the most expensive spices in the world after saffron!
Cardamom is native to Asia, its seeds are commonly used in Indian cuisine to flavor many dishes, cakes, and rice. It also adds flavor to coffee, particularly in Lebanon and Syria. Bitten at the end of a meal, cardamom is used to refresh the mouth.
At Christmas, in Europe, it is very popular, its powerful peppery and slightly minty aroma enhances compotes, jams, and gingerbreads but also vegetables and white meats