Celtic spicy vinegar ©

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Celtic spicy vinegar ©
Variant Price incl. tax
Celtic spicy vinegar © 5 cl
5 cl
Celtic spicy vinegar 25 cl
25 cl

Technical guide

Ingredients apple juice, cider vinegar, brown sugar, *soya, spices
Allergens *soya
Origin Création originale
Net weight 5 cl / 25 cl
Storage / Use Away from light, in the refrigerator after opening. It’s used in the same way as real balsamic vinegar. A few drops add another dimension to fish, pasta, potatoes or cheese.
Price incl. tax €8.70

Olivier Rœllinger's words

A powerful flavour of apple confit that is both sweet and tart, with an underlying astringency that accentuates saltiness.
At the Maison, I add a few drops around all my salads in vinaigrette and better yet with an endive salad. I also enjoy it with fish or scallops marinated in lemon, without forgetting the fleur de sel.
In a roasted meat sauce (duck or veal), a touch of vinegar will deepen the flavour and add a sweet and sour note. Finally, just a dash next to a camembert with a few leaves of watercress takes this neighbouring cheese to new heights.
In any case, for the magic potion of happiness to work it’s essential to live in Brittany, between sea and sky.


The origins of this Celtic vinegar go back to the druidic era and the apple’s arrival in Brittany.