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Armeniac

BALASAN

Any thick spicy fragrant liquid in Armenia was called BALASAN (Bahasan, Bol'-sam, Bacmas, Balsamico, etc). According to ancient manuscript the Balasan (balsamic vinegar) was used as meat, fruit and salad dressing. In ancient Armenian manuscripts, elderberry-mulberry balsamic vinegar was mentioned and also used as remedy for enriching the blood, the liver and kidney as well as calming the nerves, balancing internal secretions, and enhancing immunity. ARMENIAC balsamic vinegar is produced from carefully harvested wild elderberry and wild mulberry, based on rediscovered ancient Armenian recipes. We recommend it for salads, raw beef, meat and dried pork basturma.

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