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Fig Balsamic

$12.95$17.95 Each


Flying Olive Fig Balsamic Vinegar from Modena, Italy is thick, sweet, and ripe with true fig flavor.

Made with natural ingredients, it is one of our customers’ favorites. Flying Olive’s Fig Balsamic Vinegar complements salads, fruit, chicken, beef, pork, lamb, salmon, and goat and other soft, mild cheeses.

This balsamic vinegar pairs well with Flying Olive’s Baklouti Green Chili, Blood Orange, Chipotle, Lemon, Neapolitan Herb, Persian Lime and Toasted Sesame.

Some ideas for using this product are:

  • Drizzle or brush on melon wedges, then top with chopped cooked prosciutto and freshly grated Parmigiano Reggiano
  • Combine with Blood Orange, Persian Lime, then drizzle on a spinach salad with sliced water chestnuts and grapefruit slices
  • Drizzle on baked pears, or use on goat cheese with honey and freshly ground black pepper
  • Use on a grilled cheese sandwich
  • Drizzle of fresh fruit or fruit salad
  • Combine with Garlic Balsamic Vinegar for a delicious marinade or salad dressing

Corbin from Louisville, KY, suggests making deviled eggs by mixing in horseradish and  Flying Olive Fig Balsamic. Add a little smoked paprika for a real treat.

Here’s a wonderful idea from Kim R. From Georgetown, OH: cut Brussels sprouts in half, place in a deep stoneware dish, and pour a liberal amount of a good balsamic such as Flying Olive 18 Year Traditional Balsamic over the Brussels sprouts. Bake at 150 degrees overnight, or 8 hours.Sonia G, “I’m thankful for traditional balsamic, we enjoy and share it with many!”

Sara S. suggests this recipe: Farro salad with fresh mozzarella, basil,  tomatoes, and Flying Olive 18 Year Balsamic

Jerusha D created a peach and mozarella caprese: “Fresh peaches and fresh mozzarella drizzled with Peach and 18 yr Traditional Balsamics. Sprinkle with basil.”

Some Complimentary Tastes……


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