Fruit and vegetable vinegar and oil from Romina

Romina is the company of an eccentric German gourmet with a nose for quality. Crazy Mike is on a quest to source the very best ingredients, such as bergamot from Calabria, porcini mushrooms from Piedmont, cardamom from India, to bring his masterful creations to life. By boiling down, distilling and fermenting we ‘capture’ the flavours and create powerful vegetable and fruit oils and vinegars.

The core of his creations always starts with a neutral olive oil, usually the Hojiblanca variety, or a fruity fresh vinegar made from the Trebbiano Toscano grape, which is rich in fruit sugars. In addition, Romina offers a white wine vinegar based on Trebbiano and a wonderfully syrupy Aceto Balsamico.

Not too sour, not too sweet

Romina also has a beautiful fermented tomato paste in its range, the tomato strattu. The tomatoes are carefully stripped of their skins and seeds, after which they are dried on wooden planks in the warm Sardinian sun. During this process, the tomatoes are dried to approximately 1/25 of their original weight and undergo a fascinating fermentation process. The result is a tomato puree 2.0 with a delicious umami undertone.

The vinegars are made using the Trebbiano Toscano grape, which is naturally rich in sugars. This creates a fruity taste with a mild aftertaste. Besides the apple cider vinegar, they contain no additional sugar. The viscosity is expressed as a number: the higher this number, the thicker and sweeter the vinegar is.

Fruit and vegetable oil

Bergamot oil
Article number 10207, bottle of 250 ml
From bergamot from the Italian region of Calabria

Blood orange oil
Article number 10173, bottle of 250 ml
From moro blood oranges from the Italian island of Sicily

Wild mushroom oil
Article number 10208, bottle of 250 ml
Produced with porcini mushrooms from Piedmont, Italy

Lemon oil
Article number 10171, bottle of 250 ml
From lemons from the Italian island of Sicily

Lemongrass oil
Article number 10151, bottle of 250 ml
Made from lemongrass, also known as sereh

Tarragon oil
Article number 10178, bottle of 250 ml
Produced with tarragon from the French Provence

Green corbari tomato oil
Article number 10209, bottle of 250 ml
Made with the stems of the corbari tomato plant. These grow in the south of Italy, in the Campania region

Kaffir limes oil
Article number 10181, bottle of 250 ml
This kaffir lime oil is made from kaffir limes, a lime with a very intense taste and smell that originates in Southeast Asia

Sweetsop oil
Article number 10180, bottle of 250 ml
This sweetsop oil is made from sweetsop; an extremely sweet fruit also known as a sugar apple

Garlic oil
Article number 10182, bottle of 250 ml
Produced with Italian garlic

Coffee oil
Article number 10179, bottle of 250 ml
Made with coffee beans from the African country Chad.

Coconut oil
Article number 10185, bottle of 250 ml
Produced with coconut from Indonesia

Mandarin oil
Article number 10183, bottle of 250 ml
From mandarins from the Italian island of Sicily

Pumpkin seed oil
Article number 10216, bottle of 500 ml
From pumpkin seeds from the Austrian state of Styria

Red onion oil
Article number 10184, bottle of 250 ml
From red onions from the Italian region of Umbria

Wild mint oil
Article number 10176, bottle of 250 ml
From wild mint from the Italian region of Umbria

Specialties

Tomato strattu

Article number 10172, jar of 220 ml

Discover this traditionally produced ‘tomato miso’. This highly concentrated tomato paste is a true umami bomb. Made from Sicilian tomatoes dried on wooden planks in the warm sun of Sardinia.

Aceto Balsamico 1,30

Article number 10175, bottle of 250 ml

This Balsamic vinegar is so powerful and balanced that you can quickly find your own application. Can be combined nicely in a salad, for example, but this Aceto balsamic vinegar also produces delicious flavor combinations with salmon or grilled vegetables.
The density is indicated by the number 1.25, the higher this number, the more syrupy and sweeter.

White wine vinegar Trebbiano grape

Article number 10170, bottle of 250 ml

A wine is made especially for this vinegar from the Trebbiano grapes used. The wine is particularly fragrant, the natural acetification takes place without additives. The density is indicated by the number 1.21 grams per milliliter, the higher this number, the more syrupy and sweeter.

Anchovy sauce

Article number 10215, bottle of 250 ml

This dolatura is a phenomenal anchovy sauce (Nobil Drupa di Alici). To produce 1l, 30kg of anchovies are cleaned, pressed and fermented.

Fruit and vegetable vinegar

Strawberry vinegar
Article number 10177, bottle of 250 ml
Made with strawberries from the Italian island of Sicily

Apricots vinegar
Article number 10154, fles van 250 ml
Made with apricots from the Austrian Burgenland

Amalfi lemon vinegar
Article number 10156, fles van 250 ml
Made with lemons sourced from around the Amalfi Coast in the Italian region of Campania

Amarena cherry vinegar
Article number 10189, bottle of 250 ml
Vinegar made with amarena cherries

Apple cider vinegar 1,25
Article number 10152, bottle of 250 ml
The density is indicated by the number 1.25, the higher this number, the more syrupy and sweeter.

Apple cider vinegar 1,3
Article number 10193, bottle of 250 ml
The density is indicated by the number 1.3, the higher this number, the more syrupy and sweeter.

Banana vinegar
Article number 10186, bottle of 250 ml
Produced with bananas from the Portuguese island of Madeira

Benevento 98 herbs vinegar
Article number 10206, bottle of 250 ml
Complex vinegar with the layered aromas of 98 herbs

Bergamot vinegar
Article number 10194, bottle of 250 ml
From bergamot from the region of Calabria

Blood orange vinegar
Article number 10155, bottle of 250 ml
From moro blood oranges from the Italian island of Sicily

Wild mushroom vinegar
Article number 10195, bottle of 250 ml
Produced with porcini mushrooms from Piedmont, Italy

Butter vinegar
Article number 10149, bottle of 250 ml
Produced with sweet butter from the Aosta Valley in northwestern Italy

Blackberry vinegar
Article number 10187, bottle of 250 ml
From blackberries from the Italian province of South Tyrol

Cacao vinegar
Article number 10196, bottle of 250 ml
From cocoa fruits from Peru

Conference pear vinegar
Article number 10163, bottle of 250 ml
Produced with conference pears from the French Provence

Curry vinegar
Article number 10198, bottle of 250 ml
From herbs and spices from India

Tarragon vinegar
Article number 10199, bottle of 250 ml
From tarragon from the Italian region of Calabria

Raspberry vinegar
Article number 10200, bottle of 250 ml
From raspberries from the Puster Valley in the Alps in the northeast of the Italian province of South Tyrol

Smoked walnut wood vinegar
Article number 10188, bottle of 250 ml
Made with smoked walnut wood.

Smoked mustard seed vinegar
Article number 10203, bottle of 250 ml
With whole roasted mustard seeds

Pomegranate vinegar
Article number 10157, bottle of 250 ml
From pomegranate from the Italian region of Calabria

Green asparagus vinegar
Article number 10158, bottle of 250 ml
From green asparagus from the Italian island of Sicily

Hazelnut vinegar
Article number 10210, bottle of 250 ml
Produced with hazelnuts from Piedmont, Italy

Indian mango vinegar
Article number 10161, bottle of 250 ml
Made from mangoes from India

Spring thyme vinegar
Article number 10205, bottle of 250 ml
From spring thyme from Provence in France

Kaffir limes vinegar
Article number 10201, bottle of 250 ml
Made from kaffir limes, a lime with a very intense taste and smell that originates in Southeast Asia

Sweetsop vinegar
Article number 10202, bottle of 250 ml
Produced with sweetsop from Sri Lanka

Cardamom vinegar
Article number 10197, bottle of 250 ml
Made with cardamom from India

Coconut vinegar
Article number 10190, bottle of 250 ml
Produced with coconut from Indonesia

Cumin vinegar
Article number 10191, bottle of 250 ml
Made with cumin from Iran

Cucumber vinegar
Article number 10159, bottle of 250 ml
From Italian cucumbers

Quince vinegar
Article number 10160, bottle of 250 ml
From quinces from the northern Italian province of South Tyrol

Lavender vinegar
Article number 10211, bottle of 250 ml
From lavender from the Grasse area in the south of France

Marsala vinegar
Article number 10162, bottle of 250 ml
Produced with Marsala wine. By adding alcohol during the fermentation process of the wine, the fermentation stops sooner and sugars remain. The result is a sweet wine; Marsala.

Passionfruit vinegar
Article number 10164, bottle of 250 ml
From the French island of La Réunion in Africa, east of Madagascar and west of Mauritius

Peach vinegar
Article number 10165, bottle of 250 ml
Produced with peaches from the French Provence

Provence pineapple vinegar
Article number 10153, bottle of 250 ml
Produced with pineapple from the French Provence

Prune pit vinegar
Article number 10166, bottle of 250 ml
Made with plum seeds from Piedmont, Italy

Red berry vinegar
Article number 10167, bottle of 250 ml
From red berries from the Puster Valley in the Alps in the northeast of the Italian province of South Tyrol

Red shiso vingegar
Article number 10214, bottle of 250 ml
Made with red shiso; family of mint with a fine taste that is somewhat reminiscent of basil.

Saffron vinegar
Article number 10213, bottle of 250 ml
Made with saffron from Montefiorino in the Italian province of Modena

Star anise vinegar
Article number 10204, bottle of 250 ml
Made with star anise from Vietnam

Timut pepper vinegar
Article number 10212, bottle of 250 ml
Produced with Timut citrus pepper with hints of pink grapefruit and yuzu from Nepal

Tomato vinegar
Article number 10150, bottle of 250 ml
From tomatoes from the Italian island of Sicily

Verbena vinegar
Article number 10169, bottle of 250 ml
Made with lemon verbena

Elderflower vinegar
Article number 10168, bottle of 250 ml
From elderflower from the Austrian state of Styria

Wild fennel vinegar
Article number 10192, bottle of 250 ml
From wild fennel from the Italian island of Sicily

Black garlic vinegar
Article number 10174, bottle of 250 ml
From fermented black garlic from Voghiera, a municipality in the Italian province of Ferrara

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