Defrutum Balsamic Pearls 370g

Description

Defrutum balsamic pearls are the ideal finishing touch for canapes, starters and even desserts. The dainty pearls pop in your mouth to release a burst of balsamic vinegar.

Each 370g jar of balsamic pearls contains 60-70 servings – ideal for caterers or large dinner parties.

The glistening black balsamic pearls are ideal with figs, cheese, cured ham and seafood. You can even try them on ice cream or with strawberry desserts.

Officinae Defrutum balsamic vinegars and condiments are made on a family-run farm in Modena, in the heart of the Emilia-Romagna region. They are made only with Trebbiano and Lambrusco grapes that are grown in the farm’s surrounding vineyards, so the entire production is closed cycle. Emilia-Romagna’s climate of extremes – very hot summers and freezing winters – provides the best conditions for fermenting and maturing balsamic vinegar. The production and aging methods have been passed down through four generations of balsamic vinegar makers.

Once opened, keep refrigerated and consume within 7 days.

Ingredients: balsamic condiment (concentrated grape must, Balsamic vinegar of Modena [wine vinegar, cooked grape must]), water, thickener: cellulose gum, gelling agents: calcium chloride, sodium alginate. Contains sulphites.

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