HANEGA HYO 7-Year Vinegar
HANEGA HYO is made with three types of rice, ginkgo and various different herbs, fruits, grains and roots. Fermented and aged for seven years, it has a delicate aroma, which strikes a fine balance between varying herbal notes, with a hint of orange.
Size: 370 ml / 12.5 fl oz
HANEGA’s vinegars are all natural and handmade using only the highest quality peak-harvested ingredients, according to secret recipes derived from traditional Asian medicine remedies. These secrets have been passed down for 36 generations within HANEGA’s family of dedicated artisans. HANEGA’s vinegars are brewed then fermented and aged for up to 30 years, all by hand, using proprietary methods developed and perfected over many centuries. This multi-year fermentation and aging process produces a potent mixture of probiotics and postbiotics; the longer the vinegar ferments and ages, the higher the concentration of such probiotics and postbiotics. The knowledge, care, and most importantly, time invested to make these vinegars is why they’re so special, and why we’re so passionate about them.
HANEGA HYO is named after the Korean word for “filial piety”, which denotes the sense of love, duty and responsibility children should endeavor to show their parents. For many years, customers wrote letters to HANEGA saying that they were able to show “hyo” to their parents by gifting them HANEGA vinegar – this vinegar line was made in the spirit of those customers.
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- Shake well before using.
- No refrigeration required, unless mixed with water or other liquids.
- For a salad dressing, mix two tablespoons (30 ml) of vinegar, 1 tablespoon (15ml) of olive oil, 1 teaspoon (5 ml) of honey, and add salt and pepper to taste.
- For an unsweetened detox drink, mix 1 tablespoon (15ml) with 6 ounces of water. Use boiled water for a soothing drink in the winter, or chill it with ice for a refreshing drink in the summer. It also mixes well with sparkling water.
For a lightly sweetened refreshment, try a ratio of 1 part vinegar, 1 part honey and 8 parts water, or add vinegar to fruit juice to taste.
Ginkgo Biloba Seed, Honey, Turnip Root, Dried Orange Peel, Nuruk (Traditional Korean Fermentation Starter), Liriope Platyphylla (Lilyturf Root), Platycodon Grandiflorus (Balloon Flower), Pinus Densiflora (Korean Red Pine Needle), Rice, Brown Rice, Glutinous Rice, Barley Malt, Water.