Most people will only ever consume vinegar on their chips, but some types of vinegar are packed with goodness and are consumed daily by people. Apple cider vinegar is a good example of a healthy vinegar which is very popular with people who are conscious about their health.
There are lots of options when it comes to apple cider vinegar that you can buy in the UK, so we thought it would be useful to round up the best that you can buy. Let's get into it:
Raw Vibrant Living
It’s rare to see an apple cider vinegar with a great taste award, but that’s exactly what this product from Raw Vibrant Living has. And there’s no denying that compared to many of the other Apple cider vinegars that we tried for this guide, this ACV from raw vibrant living has a lovely taste - it still has the tangy taste you’d expect of ACV, but it’s also undercut with a lovely sweetness. This ACV is completely unpasteurised and organic, and it comes with the Mother. Learn more and buy it here - ocado.com
Made using farm apples from Sussex, this apple cider vinegar from Fior Fruit is raw and very impressive. It contains The Mother and is bottled unfiltered, plus it it totally unpasteurised. Learn more and buy it here - fifefm.co.uk
We included the ACV drink from the Willy's brand in our kombucha guide, but the brand is probably best-known for making straightforward apple cider vinegar. Made using apples from a 300 year old orchard in Herefordshire, this ACV is totally pure and raw, with only organic apples used to make it. It has quite a unique taste which we'd describe as a bit sweeter compared to many of the other apple cider vinegars that we tried for this guide, and it seems that the reason for this is that the Willy's team use a blend of 48 different varieties of apple to make the apple cider vinegar. Overall, it's a really impressive product, and you can buy varieties of this ACV which include additional healthy ingredients such as turmeric. Learn more and buy it here - amazon.co.uk
Bragg is one of the biggest apple cider vinegar brands in the UK, despite not having particularly fancy packaging or branding. But this is because the company clearly prefers to focus on what is inside the bottle rather than on the label - made using organic apples, this ACV is totally raw and unfiltered. The Bragg company has actually been around since 1912, and the way the company makes apple cider vinegar hasn't really changed at all. Learn more and buy it here - hollandandbarrett.com
We hope this guide helps you to find an excellent apple cider vinegar to enjoy. Let us know if you've tried any of these or if you have any other suggestions for us to try!