Tasting Notes: Fruity and caramely, with notes of mango, banana, passion fruit, and butterscotch
Kitchen Pairings: Versatile; can be used basically anywhere you would use honey and/or an apple cider vinegar.
Bar Pairings: See above; works especially well with tiki drinks, but pretty much works anywhere.
Flavor Profile: Medium-high acidity, low sweetness
Tasting Notes: Citrus and wood driven. Notes of oak, maple, navel orange, lemongrass, and honeydew.
Kitchen Pairings: Works as an excellent substitute to citrus where called for in a recipe.
Bar Pairings: Gin and Vodka friendly; use in Vodka/Gin & Tonics, Aviations, French 75, carbonated beverages, sparkling wine. Good substitute for orange/Meyer Lemon juice.
Flavor Profile: Medium acidity, low sweetness.
Tasting Notes: Earthy and fruity - Think banana, French oak, and blackberry.
Kitchen Pairings: Think of this like a very robust red wine vinegar; anywhere you'd apply red wine vinegar, this will be a more lively, elegant substitute.
Medium acidity, medium sweetness Tasting Notes: Very floral, caramel and honey driven. Bourbon-y, oaky notes to finish. Kitchen Pairings: Versatile; can be used basically anywhere you would use honey and/or an apple cider vinegar. Our best seller. Bar Pairings: Pair to caramel driven spirits; Scotch, Bourbon, Whiskey, etc. Honey is a flavor profile with high utility though and will work equally well with Gin, Vodka, Rum, Tequila, etc. Our Honey vinegar offers a flavorful swap for apple cider vinegar.