Lucini Balsamic Vinegar Riserva 10 years old
- Lucini Balsamic Vinegar
- 8.5 oz bottle of balsamic vinegar
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From what I heard from a few people, I expected much more. This is a watery vinegar and does not cling to your food like the better balsamics. I put a couple drops on some cheese and they instantly rolled off onto the plate. It's also much more sour than I expected. The bottle should have a smaller opening as it drips down the side and pours out too quickly. I'd recommend ripping out the plastic piece and dumping it in a cruet.
It is smooth as some others have said and does not leave a bad aftertaste. I think I'll save this for cooking and dressing rather than drizzling on food. I imagine it would make a good reduction. It does make a decent vinaigrette as I mixed it with olive oil and had a salad for breakfast this morning. You don't need a lot.
It's simply not up to par with better balsamics that work well with eveything. I'm partial to thicker, sweeter balsamics, so take that as you will. If you like thinner, tangier balsamics then this may be for you. I'd consider this more of a recipe ingredient than a condiment.
The Amazon price is also on the high side. You can currently get two bottles of this exact product on eBay for $12.
Now for the bad part, for such a great product the container is awful. If you can manage to use this without having it leak out around the cap and get all over your table and cabinets you are a better man than I. Yes, my only gripe about this product is the style cap they use on it.
I swear I would give this product 5 stars if it did not make such a mess everywhere I use it. Maybe the company owners will read this and fix this minor problem. I guess they want the metal cap to convey some sense of style or prestige, but from my point of view it sucks.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's not thick & syrupy. It's not the balsamic I would serve with ice cream. or cheese. or drizzled on bruschetta. But it is the balsamic I like best for salad dressing. Read morePublished on February 28, 2013 by Jessica Spurling
Lucini Grand Riserva Balsamico is not real balsamic at all. There is no ingredient list on the label, which makes it suspect immediately. Read morePublished on November 20, 2010 by Ernest E. Badolato
I did a head to head compare with this and the Fattoria 10 year old. The Fattoria was sweeter thicker and darker. The Lucini is on the bitter side and very complex. Read morePublished on August 23, 2010 by Taokane