Flavor Profile: medium acidity, dry, slightly savory
Tasting Notes: Earthy and caramel driven with notes of maple, cedar and a touch of buttermilk.
Kitchen Pairings: Despite the slightly sweet notes stemming from the Candy Cap mushrooms involved in the brewing of the vinegar, this is definitely savory-oriented. Chantrelles, Morels, Hen of The woods and more go into making this vinegar giving it a decidedly umami bent, making it ideal for salads (replacing sherry vinegar), marinades, stir fries, and as an accompanying vinegar for pickling. It's also excellent as a base for vinaigrettes.
Bar Pairings: This could fit well into a Gibson or Dry Martini or other savory applications.
Our Wild Mushroom vinegar offers a flavorful swap for sherry vinegar. Looking for inspiration? Visit our recipe page for creative uses of this variety in the kitchen and behind the bar.