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Maison Orphee's balsamic vinegar, characterized by its dark colour, surprises with its rather sweet aroma which contrasts with its vinegared and woody taste. It can only be consumed after having undergone the double fermentation process and being aged three years in oak barrels. An expectation that makes sense once it is mixed with walnut or hazelnut oil.
Ingredients: Balsamic Vinegar*. *Organic.
Quebec based, Maison Orphée products are only made with the highest quality fruit and seeds. They don't compromise on this quality or on the quality of their production either. In the tradition of authentic master oil makers, all of their oils result from the patient work of slow pressing, the only way to extract the best from oil seeds. Their oils are made from a particular know-how which is the first cold pressing. It's a process in which the oil seeds, not preheated, are pressed just once, without adding heat and at the lowest possible temperature, in order to extract part of the oil they contain (this temperature may vary depending on oil content and hardness of the seed to be pressed).
La Maison Orphée has over 20 years of expertise in the first cold pressing. In addition, they have been working in collaboration with Huilerie Philippe Vigean for 28 years, which is a traditional French oil mill operating since 1930. They visit them on a regular basis in order to exchange information and expertise. La Maison Orphée cultivates preferred relationships with nutritionists, scientists, chefs, chemists and biologists in order to improve their knowledge and offer products that meet high quality standards.