The taste is extraordinary. A very small amount adds complexity to any recipe. It is so close to the the vinegar my mother made many years ago. I’m sure that I knew the variety of apple she used, but we grew several different varieties, most of which are no longer available commercially. Unfortunately, no recipe survives. We made apple cider at the same time of year but I’m not even sure the same apples were used. I do know that the vinegar was a separate project.
I've been using this vinegar for a couple of years. I was anxious to try it after reading about the health benefits of apple cider vinegar. It is easy to assimilate into your diet by using it in a salad dressing, mixed with apple juice or cider, or sprinkled onto wilted cabbage.
It tastes like fresh apple juice, with the "tang" of vinegar.
I got a bottle a few days ago and have used this in a couple different vinaigrette and in 2 different deglazing sauces and the flavor always comes through. Wonderful!