Touch of Gold for Burren Balsamics!

Burren Balsamics, Northern Ireland’s award-winning producer of natural fruit infused vinegars, has launched an innovative product for Christmas.

The company, which is based at Richhill in county Armagh, has added a new gold addition to its successful range of Italian influenced white balsamics.

The new balsamic features 24 carat gold leaf in a classic 200ml bottle and is available in a special gift box with unique LED back lighting at RRP £20.

Chef Susie Hamilton Stubber, founder and managing director of Burren Balsamics, says the new balsamic is an ideal Christmas gift. “I wanted to do something really different for the festive season, a delicious product with a bit of sparkle. It’s a great way to bring colour to festive dishes.”

The new product was launched at the recent Spirit of Christmas Show at Olympia in London. “We did extremely well at the show. Feedback was excellent, and we gained good business from existing customers and signed up an encouraging number of new sales,” Mrs Hamilton Stubber adds.

Burren Balsamics has achieved success in major awards including UK Great Taste and won gold in the Blas na hEireann, Irish Food Awards in 2016. The company is now engaged in a major marketing drive to grow business outside Northern Ireland.

Burren Balsamics was formally established in February 2014 by Mr Hamilton Stubber from her extensive experience in catering in Britain and Northern Ireland.

The initial range of vinegars were infused with locally sourced fruit for zesty flavours such as Armagh Bramley apples and quality fruits from local farmers including blackcurrants strawberries and blueberries. The vinegars are on sale across the UK and Republic of Ireland.

The white vinegar range was introduced last year and features Original, Blood Orange and Cardamom, Wild Garlic and Tarragon