a sweetish, aromatic vinegar made from the must of white grapes and aged in wood barrels.
barbacoaBarbacoa was borrowed by Spanish colonists to describe the cooking style of indigenous Caribbean peoples.
- balsam pear,
- balsam poplar,
- balsam spruce,
- balsam woolly aphid,
- balsamo, giuseppe,
- balsas, río
Origin of balsamic vinegar
1980–85; translation of Italian aceto balsamico restorative vinegar; so called from its supposed medicinal effects, likened to balsam
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a type of dark-coloured sweet Italian vinegar made from white grapes and aged in wooden barrels over a number of years
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