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Balsamic Vinegar with Figs

Balsamic Vinegar with Figs
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We took advantage of the taste and quality of balsamic vinegar, mixed it with freshly soaked figs from the Extremaduran countryside and thus produced a unique vinegar with all their features and a special taste.

A favorite for chefs to spice up salads, or to give a special flavor to meat and fish, this product and all its unique properties can not be absent from the kitchen of a connoisseur.

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Balsamic vinegar is widely used in Italy but also very popular in the rest of the world. It is obtained from a mixture of concentrated musts and matures for several years unlike other vinegars, which are made with wine. Balsamic vinegar is preferred by chefs for dressing salads and flavoring meat and fish. La Chinata has mixed this gift of Italian gastronomy with figs from the Extremaduran countryside and marinated them together.

Use it sparingly; we recommend one teaspoon per person.

Ingredients: Balsamic vinegar of módena (35 %) (wine vinegar, grape juice concentrate, coloring E-150D), water, fig jam (20 %) (fig, sacarose, dextrose, lemon juice, thickener: pectina, acidity regulator: citric acid, preservative: potassium sorbate E-202), glucose syrup, sugar, thickener: corn starch, xanthan gum, aromas, antioxidant E-224 (sulfites). 

Packaging: Glass bottle of 250 ml.

Culinary uses:

Balsamic vinegar has a variety of uses: to top off salads and fruit salads, to sprinkle on ice-cream, or to marinate fish, chicken, or meat. It is also a good base for sauces. Add a few drops to your toast with fresh cheese or create vinaigrettes with a different touch.


The history of La Chinata begins in 1932, in the region of Sierra de Gata in the province of Caceres. At that time, oil was obtained in very basic olive mills. Nowadays, however, they have the most modern grinding and pressing systems, which are still purely mechanical but  extract a much bigger quantity with a clean and controlled method to ensure the quality of extra virgin olive oil.

Currently, La Chinata is a benchmark for the Gourmet market because of its commitment to the development of new products derived from extra virgin olive oil, to the innovation of new delicacies, and to exploring new market niches.

04/10/2014 Lucas. Me ha gustado mucho el punto agridul
03/5/2014 Geno. Lo compre por original y me ha gustado mucho

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