Bourbon White Balsamic
Did you know that whiskey or grain alcohol, of which bourbon is one, was first developed in medieval Scotland and Ireland. In Gaelic its name translates to “water of life” and was once sold as a tonic in apothecary shops?
If you like the taste of bourbon, this white balsamic vinegar captures strong notes of vanilla, a fruity spiciness, and even the subtle tones of aged wood barrels. Bourbon White Balsamic enriches seafood, steaks, or chicken with a distinct charred wood flavoring to grilled meats and seafood without the alcohol.
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Bourbon Extract: Historically grain alcohol was prescribed by doctors as a tonic to slow aging, cure congestion, relieve joint pain, treat pneumonia, high blood pressure and tuberculosis. While some pain relief might have been due to the alcohol, bourbon (at least 51% corn mash) has an array of vitamins and minerals that would explain its effectiveness. It has thiamin (vitamin B1), niacin (vitamin B3), phosphorus, zinc and iron,
White Balsamic Vinegar: Traditionally aged balsamic vinegars have many health benefits. Acetic acid is its main constituent. It is antimicrobial and antioxidant and is known to regulate blood sugar with its antiglycemic or anti-diabetic effect. Acetic acid in balsamic vinegar has strains of probiotics that promote digestion and gut health, supporting the microbiome balance and the overall immune system. It can lower cholesterol, regulate blood pressure and aid in weight loss. Inhalation of steamed vapor can clear congestion. Polyphenols from the grapes may promote blood circulation. Some use balsamic vinegar to treat acid reflux and heartburn.
A daily dose of 10-15 ml or 2 – 3 teaspoons of balsamic vinegar acts as an appetite suppressant and has a multitude of health benefits. Check it out!
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