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I read the article on Canadian Minus 8 vinegar, and it really sounds innovative. I've got about 8 different vinegars in my kitchen, aged balsamico, sherry, banyuls, but nothing like that. It must be good stuff, but I was hoping that there would be some tasting notes in the article, like with the wines. Anybody know what it tastes like?
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I've had it too, and it is good enough to drink. I found a place that sold it (had to search). Pretty expensive, but it's worth it because it is definitely distinctive. Different than any vinegar I've had. It has lots of fruit flavour and aroma. Yeah, I guess what I liked so much about it is that it tastes more like good wine than other vinegars. Than most wines, for that matter. I hope it is more widely available soon, and maybe the price will go down.
Thanks for the tasting notes. I have to get some. I wasn't sure before. I've spent enough money on bad wines, vinegars, vodkas, the list goes on and on...
So, I think I will email the address in the article and ask if there is a restaurant near me that has it. This stuff sounds like it would be really good with strawberries, instead of balsamico like I usually do them.

p.s. chef neil, i'll check back in case you disclose your source

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