Burren Balsamics’ range of vinegars are so much more than an ingredient for a salad dressing. They are quite simply, essential for any store cupboard. Made by Susie Hamilton Stubber and her Development Chef Bob McDonald at their base in Richhill, County Armagh, they work in savoury or sweet dishes.
Try them drizzled over cheese, added to marinades and casseroles, or as the twist to ice-creams – always adding depth and flavour. They even work in cocktails! We love the Strawberry and Mint with Prosecco.
The vinegars are sourced in Italy, infused in Armagh and sold worldwide. They umami your food and drink to another level. The Raspberry won Best Artisan at the Blas na hEireann Irish Food Awards 2019 and the Roast Onion got 2 stars at the Great Taste Awards 2019.
They use the leftover fruit, vegetables, herbs and spices to make range of zero waste preserves.
Their new gift sets are just gorgeous. They are even for sale in the House of Commons. And don’t get us started on how FABULOUS the Grande Reserve is.
What They Do
A range of infused Balsamic vinegars and white condiments plus zero waste preserves
Infused Balsamic vinegars and White Condiments in dozens of flavours for retail and food service. Reduced Balsamic and Grande Reserve Balsamic. Onion Jam, Blood Orange and Balsamic Marmalade and Armagh Bramley Apple Balsamic Chutney
Too many to mention but include Best Artisan at Blas na hEireann 2019 for Raspberry Balsamic and 2019 2 star Great Taste Award for Roast Onion Balsamic. Previously Blas na hEireann Gold and 2 stars in Great Taste Awards for Blackberry and Thyme, Gold for Armagh Bramley Apple and 1 star Great Taste Award.
Where To Buy
Shops, delis and restaurants across Ireland and UK, markets and events. Check Facebook for details. Online shop.