Rinkosan black vinegar adds mild acidity and a hint of smokiness to salad dressings and grilled meats. The vinegar is brewed using only rice and water, following a process similar to brewing sake to get a rich aroma.
In Japan, many people enjoy vinegars like this as a drink or tonic. Dilute 1-2 tablespoons of Rinkosan black vinegar with 250-300ml water, and add honey to taste.
The Rinkosan black vinegar is a great dip for Asian-style dumplings. Mix with a little grated ginger and soy sauce and serve with gyoza.
This black vinegar is brewed only from rice to the rice malt and sake. Then, it is brewed again from sake to vinegar. It has a much sweeter flavour and less bitterness than ordinary black vinegar, making it ideal for cooking.
This product is free from any allergens.
Store in a Cool, Dry place
Typical values per 100ml: Energy: 423kJ / 101kcal, Fat: 0.1g, of which saturates: <0.1g, Carbohydrates: 22g, of which sugars: 17g, Protein: 0.1g, Salt: 0.04g
Water, Rice (35%) Acidity 4.5%
Tazaki Foods Limited, 12 Innova Way, Enfield, EN3 7FL, United Kingdom.