Rice vinegar (50%) with ume plum (25%) 180ml

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This is a whole new vinegar elaborated by the master craftsmen from Tobaya Suten. Ume plum gives it a delicious amber yellow color, with a fruity taste mixing the rice vinegar acidity, the fineness of the plum and the sweetness of sugar.

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7.95€ TTC

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For a vinaigrette or deglazing, it will lighten up your fruits salads or sparkling beverages!

 

  • Ingredients : rice vinegar (50%), candi sugar, Ume plum from Fukui (25%)
  • Packaging : 180ml net bottle
  • Storage : Keep away from light, heat and moisture and after opening in fridge
  • Origin : Japan
  • Nutritional values : Per 100 ml : energy 113 kcal (479 kJ) ; fat 0,6 g, of which saturates 0,4 g ; carbohydrate 27 g, of which sugars 23 g ; protein traces ; salt 0,02 g.
Made with love and know-how, rice vinegar has no other ambition than adding value to the flavour of food, as subtly as possible. With this philosophy in mind, the Tobaya Suten family business has elaborated products of exceptional quality since 1710 which today travel far and wide to add a sparkle to all culinary styles.

Production secrets
Impossible to divulge the vinegar production secrets held by Tobaya Suten, except to say that nature is very important! At the heart of the traditional craftsmen's know-how is the fermentation, slow and natural, in large earthenware jugs. Mixed with sweet agave syrup – which only flowers once a century! – it has a rich taste, is low in calories, delicious and very healthy. For the rest, hand movements are essential, handed down unfailingly from generation to generation for three hundred years

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Rice vinegar (50%) with ume plum (25%) 180ml

Rice vinegar (50%) with ume plum (25%) 180ml

Appetizer

This is a whole new vinegar elaborated by the master craftsmen from Tobaya Suten. Ume plum gives it a delicious amber yellow color, with a fruity taste mixing the rice vinegar acidity, the fineness of the plum and the sweetness of sugar.

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