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Cidrani Four Seasons AESTAS 100ml

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Inspired by the ancient longevity and strength tonics known as oxymels, Cidrani designed a complex multi-level fermentation process resulting in highly functional organoleptic sensations.

Cidrani Four Seasons AESTAS is a supreme mixture of fermented herbs and raw honey infused in raw wild-fermented craft vinegar. Taste of a thousand islands and memory of Mediterranean summer connects the enticing aromas of rosemary, juniper berry and lavender, forming a refined add-on for every fish, vegetable or pasta dish.

All Cidrani products are of certified organic origin.

About Cidrani
Cidrani is a startup from Croatia that reimagines the world of craft fermentation, bringing to your table modern recipes based on ancient wisdom. Cidrani follows a simple philosophy - eat functional, live longer, be happier. All their products are certified organic. 

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Article number
VCID0004
SKU
VCID0004
EAN
3856023204485

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Indulge in the supreme alchemy of flavours, polyphenols and micro-nutrients. Cidrani Four Seasons AESTAS is a supreme mixture of fermented herbs and raw honey infused in raw wild-fermented craft vinegar. The enticing aromas of rosemary, juniper berry

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