Fruit Vinegar…



Fruit Vinegar, or commonly called drinking vinegar, is a fermented beverage consisting of brown rice vinegar and fruit that’s used as a functional, probiotic food. It contains a colony of bacteria and acetic yeast that are responsible for initiating the fermentation process once combined with the naturally occurring sugars of the fruit.


Fruit Vinegar consists of low-acidity naturally-occurring preservers that undergo a complete fermentation for 6 months.

✤ Saccharification –> Alcoholization –> Acetification (acetic yeast)

After the fermentation is completed, the drink retains the essences, vitamins, and antioxidants of the fruit, combined with the functional properties of the acetic acid from vinegar.


Our fruits are handpicked and harvested from organic and ethically sourced farms. There is no compromise of delivering the highest quality product to you.

We believe in integrity, which means the simplicity, traceability, and accountability of all our ingredients. Our ingredients boast the highest standards and undergo the most rigorous practices.

Our fruits hail from the southern, tropical region of Taiwan. Each fruit is handpicked and harvested free of pesticides, chemical fertilizers and herbicides.

Passion fruits are known as a great immunity booster due to it’s high Vitamin C and flavonoids content.

Passion fruit is rich in iron, which increases hemoglobin in our red blood cells, and Vitamin B6 and Vitamin B3 which helps regulate the thyroid activity in our body.

Our Passion Fruit Vinegars are a great tropical drink that provides a tart and refreshing taste. Passion fruit itself is also very low on calories!

Mulberries are a superfood that’s worth mulling over! Known for their source of antioxidants and macrophages which help support your immune system and lessen the damage caused by free radicals.

Mulberries are a rich source of protein and iron, vitamin C, fiber, and calcium.

Our Mulberry Fruit Vinegars have a naturally sweet flavor with no added sugar. This promotes healthy blood sugar levels.

Does this fruit even need an introduction? Pineapples are known to be rich in enzymes, vtiamins, and antioxidants. Enzymes like bromelain break down protein and aid in digestion, while Vitamin C and manganese support the immune system and antioxidant defenses.

Despite the sweetness of pineapples, our Pineapple Fruit Vinegar is low in calories, fat-free, cholesterol-free, and low in sodium.