Whoa. This bottle of vinegar caught our eye and made us swoon a" gorgeous typography, cork and sealing wax. Then we tasted and more whoa-ing inevitably ensued. Mikuni Wild Harvest is brilliant because they blend traditional craft with innovative flavors. Tonic 04 starts with white wine vinegar produced using the traditional Orleans method a" aged for five years in oak barrels then infused with both the peel and pith of Pharoah's lemon. This heirloom fruit has a similar sugar content to Meyer lemons, but with a more complex flavor. The finished vinegar is sweet and spicy with hints of lemon, orange peel and cedar. Bring a bottle of this vinegar instead of wine to your next dinner party a" it's a stunning gift. tip of the tongue This is ideal for delicate greens like mesclun or butter lettuces. We also like to add a generous splash when poaching salmon or chicken. Bon Appetit Test Kitchen Editor Janet McCracken suggests mixing this blend with seltzer and treating it like a drinking vinegar.
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