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This was the first fruit vinegar we stocked when we started in July 2004 and was created by Barbara Burberry. It is still made in the kitchens of the Dalchonzie Fruit Farm in Comrie today and has never stopped impressing all that try it from every corner of our planet.
How is it best used?
This deliciously fruity raspberry vinegar has a variety of uses. It is delicious drizzled over salads with or without olive oil, but it can be used in a myriad of other ways, drizzled over Yorkshire Puddings, on ice cream or in place of soya sauce for example. For a deliciously refreshing drink dilute with sparkling water. This was, we are told, traditionally drunk after the ladies' tennis matches some forty or fifty years ago. Some people add it to the ingredients of a Pavlova!
How is this made?
Made simply from an infusion of home-grown raspberries with malt vinegar and a little sugar this recipe isn't rocket science; just a really good traditional recipe. Thanks to the preservative qualities of the vinegar and sugar the fruit flavour doesn't need to be sullied with chemical preservatives or additions.