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Coconut White Riserva Balsamic Vinegar

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This unique white balsamic is significantly thicker, intensely sweeter, exhibits a golden hue and absolutely explodes with the aroma and taste of fresh coconut! Outrageously delicious and complex with our Sorrento Lemon, Sorrento Orange and Persian Lime Olive Oils, it will shine on its own paired with our mild to medium flavored EVOO’s. Even people who are not fans of Balsamic Vinegar will be surprised how good this tastes.

Salad greens topped with shrimp, optional avocado, red onion, a splash of lime, and some pineapple chunks drizzled with a Coconut Balsamic Vinaigrette will amaze your dinner guests. Use it with Jerk Seasoning and pineapple juice to marinate baked/grilled Chicken. Try a blend of Pineapple and Coconut White Balsamics and Persian Lime or Sorrento Lemon Olive Oil and you will be blown away!

Perfect Pairings:

Persian Lime Olive Oil

Sorrento Orange Olive Oil

Sesame Oil

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Sweetness Scale:  3

Use by Date:  2 Years from Purchase Date

Local Store Availability:  Check with Your Local Store

Source:  Modena, Italy

Serving Size:
1 Tablespoon (15 ml.)
36 (Calories from Fat 0)
Total Fat:
Total Carbohydrate:
8g (7g Natural Sugars, 0g Dietary Fiber)
Concentrated and Cooked Grape Must, Aged Wine Vinegar, Natural Flavors
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  • Awesome 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Jan 2017

    Love the flavor, great on romaine lettuce.

  • Great Salad Dressing 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 1st Mar 2016

    This is my second bottle. I find just this drizzled on my salad is all I need

  • Delicate flavor...definitely reminds one of sunning on the beach! 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 4th Feb 2016

    Very delicate flavor...perfect for a shrimp salad!!

  • Sweet with a Great Taste 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Jun 2014

    Although the scale rates this OO on a OOOOO scale it is sweet to me and a great taste. Use it on vegetables as a dressing or as an ingredient for a salad dressing or for sautéing instead of using oil, much like you would use a reduction sauce.