Chocolate Balsamic

This rich, velvety sweet, and flavorful balsamic resounds with the complexity of dark chocolate.

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  • 375ml
  • 750ml

$16.50

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Origin:  Modena, Italy

Culinary Uses:  Salads, Berries, Cheese, Desserts, Ice Cream, Baking

Pair with:  Vanilla, Walnut, Blood Orange, Pistachio, Chipotle

Ingredients:  Grape Must, Wine Vinegar, Dark Chocolate Flavoring

Nutrition:  1 T. = 5 calories, 0 fat, 2 carbs

This rich, velvety sweet, and flavorful balsamic resounds with the complexity of dark chocolate. Premium chocolate adds a subtle, rich flavor to this aged balsamic from Modena, Italy. This dark chocolate balsamic is delicious drizzled on berries, bananas, pineapple or as a compliment to a cheese tray. Delicious as a glaze or beef, or in mole sauce or chili.

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Carol
08/17/2015

Carol R

OMG! This tastes just like a tootsie roll! Without the sugar. Wonderful with fresh berries. A must try!

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Mark R
07/16/2015

Really nice

I have many ways to enjoy this, but my favorite is to incorporate it into a chocolate ice cream...rich and tangy.

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Chocolate Balsamic

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This rich, velvety sweet, and flavorful balsamic resounds with the complexity of dark chocolate.

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