From the vinegar expert, balsamic vinegars can be purchased here, although you should experiment with vinegars, the equivalent is an Asian 6 month to 3 year old vinegar, older the better, but more expensive, the 6 month is 100% natural sorghum and fruit, no additives or colouring, and no vinegar taste because the fruit juice is fermented at the same time, but you still know its vinegar.chicsavvy wrote:Does anyone knows where to buy Italian Balsamic Vinegar? I've been wanting to get those real mean balsamic vinegar ever since I dined at Vertigo in BKK a few years back.
I don't know if they have added anything else to it but just dip it with some olive oil with the warm assorted breads, it can be just as good as a small full-filling snack.
When I asked what type of balsamic vinegar they used, the friendly Thais just said "Italian Balsamic Vinegar."
It has a partial sweet taste along with the sourness of the vinegar. It is unlike the usual balsamic vinegar where you could only taste the extreme sourness.
Let me know if anyone has the details for me to cook at home that is.
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