About Saba – Saba is created at the beginning of the balsamic making process. The grapes are crushed and the juice is boiled down to a syrupy consistency. Cooked over an open fire, the grape sugars caramelise and the flavours concentrate. It has a refreshing flavour and thick consistency — sweet to the taste, but no acidic bite. It can be used instead of balsamic in cooking, or use it to make into a Saba spritzer or pour it over ice cream. Yum! Serving Suggestions -Saba’s raisiny, caramel flavour make it a perfect dessert topping – try it with ice cream, cheese cake, fresh fruit, panna cotta, rice or tapioca pudding, flourless chocolate cake, crepes… the list goes on. It is classically served with soft or semi-firm cheeses, or try adding it to your homemade salad dressings.