Thai Lemongrass – Mint White Balsamic


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Our Thai Lemon Grass-Mint White Balsamic is tart, crisp, clean and absolutely delicious. The natural flavors of Thai lemon grass and mint cooperate beautifully and make a dazzling base for marinades & dressings.

Notes: For a taste explosion, add diced fresh, hot Thai chilies and cilantro. Use this Asian inspired marinade to dress your seafood salad, noodles or use for a dipping sauce. Try mixed with rum for an out of this world mojito.

*Pairs great with our Basil, Lime or Cilantro & Roasted Onion olive oils.


All balsamics are aged for 12 years, except for the Traditional, which is aged 18 years.  They are all are out of Modena, Italy



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