Tried It Tuesday: Vermont Village Sipping Vinegar #Giveaway

I met the folks from Vermont Village at Expo East last year. Apple cider vinegar products like theirs were all the rage at Expo East. Why? Apple cider vinegar is a natural homeopathic remedy for a variety of ailments, healthier skin, better digestion and even for cleaning the house. There are tons of claims and lots of studies, too. Here’s the science and one Well+Good reporter’s experience. Good stuff!

Vermont Village knows that straight apple cider vinegar can be “a little harsh.” They decided to add additional whole foods and spices to craft naturally sweetened sipping vinegars and shots. They’re free of cane sugar, caffeine, gluten, soy and other common allergens. They’re raw and organic, kosher, non-GMO and made in the USA.

They sent me a variety of Vinegar Shots (a fave from Expo East) and the sipping vinegars. They also sent me a box of Blueberries & Honey Vinegar Shots to send to one lucky reader. Read on!

As a frequent traveler, I love the convenience of the Vinegar Shots. They come in five flavors. They are Cranberries & Honey, Ginger & Honey, Turmeric & Honey, Double Shot and Blueberries & Honey. The shots start with raw apple cider vinegar and then are flavored to be more enjoyable. They say you can “shoot it, sip it or mix it.” My faves are Ginger & Honey, Turmeric & Honey and Blueberries & Honey. I like them first thing in the morning straight from the package. Amanda added hers to hot water for a soothing evening drink.

The Sipping Vinegar flavors are less sharp. They come in three flavors Blueberries & Honey, Cranberries & Honey and Ginger & Honey. They recommend adding it to water, seltzer or even your favorite adult beverage!

I started with Ginger & Honey. I added about 8 oz of water to 1 oz of sipping vinegar. The taste is actually very pleasant. This is a super easy way to get the health benefits of apple cider vinegar! I’ve been drinking these every morning and will use the shots to continue this good habit when I travel.

Next up was Blueberries & Honey. It’s another winner! I’m curious about this one and some adult beverage, too.

You don’t have to my word for it. Vermont Village sent me a box of 12 Blueberries & Honey Vinegar Shots to share with one lucky reader. Want to enter to win? Please use the Rafflecopter below. The contest runs through 1/18. Winner will be selected and notified on 1/19. Winner must be 18 years of age or older, a US resident (or have a US postal intermediary) and the contest is void where prohibited.

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In the mean time, you can get Vermont Village products online or on Amazon (prime eligible). They also have apple cider vinegar, drinking vinegars and a variety of apple sauce products. You can also keep up with Vermont Village on Facebook and Instagram.

Please note: I was provided samples in exchange for a honest review. I was not otherwise compensated for this post. All opinions are my own. This post contains an affiliate link for Amazon. If you use this link, I will receive a small commission.



  1. Renata says:

    I love apple cider vinegar and use it for my salad dressing everyday! I’d most love the blueberry and honey flavor! Thank you Erica!

  2. Krista says:

    We use Braggs Apple cider vinegar but I find it hard to drink these sound amazing! I followed this company on FB and hope to try their product! The benefits are great!

  3. DealinDiva says:

    I use ACV daily but its awful, I’d like to try the turmeric honey.

  4. Apple cider vinegar is on my list of things to try this year….these sound great. I would try the Blueberries and Honey first.

  5. Raymond says:

    I like apple cider vinegar drinks and would enjoy the blueberry and honey first.

  6. Christopher Sorel says:

    I mix with local honey and some cinamon. oh blueberry

  7. Keri says:

    I use it with my salad dressing. Love to try blueberry!

  8. Kimmy Ripley says:

    I use ACV for cooking and home remedies. I would love love love to give these shots a whirl. They look fantastic!

  9. latanya says:

    no, but I want to try the blueberry and honey

  10. gala says:

    I use apple cider vinegar for cooking almost everyday . Ginger & Honey sounds great

  11. Amy D says:

    I take shots of apple cider vinegar! It is great for digestion! I am super interested in these sipping vinegars! The flavors sound awesome! i am most excited about the blueberry / honey.

  12. Nikki Fahey says:

    I’m not sure if I could do it straight? Maybe the blueberry and honey flavor! Thank you Erica!

  13. Marty Crosson says:

    I’m intrigued. I’d love to try the Ginger and Honey flavor. I don’t drink apple cider vinegar because I don’t like the acidity of it, but I think these might be different. I like the idea of adding hot water for a bedtime drink.

  14. MaryAnne JK says:

    I take the apple cider pills but have drank apple cider vinegar in the past….there’s so many positives but also one huge negative, you HAVE to have it before your eat anything, THEN eat…heartburn city! Anyway, this is right up our alley and would love to win, the ginger and honey is extremely appealing.

  15. ellen beck says:

    Yes, I actually do take vinegar. I tend to have fewer colds than most and am generally pretty healthy. I would love the Honey Vinegar flavor. I have actually been doing vinegar so long that I like the tate plain. Doesnt faze me in the least.

  16. Kris I. says:

    I try to use apple cider vinegar as much as possible and I want to try the cranberries and honey

  17. Sarah N says:

    I don’t use apple cider vinegar but my husband does. I would definitely try the blueberry flavor though.

  18. Helga says:

    I have apple cider vinegar every day. I like that ginger and honey .

  19. Becca Z says:

    Yes, I use Bragg raw cider vinegar regularly for digestive health. The Blueberries and Honey sounds so good.

  20. Lydia Claire says:

    I don’t use Apple Cider Vinegar but I’d like to try these. The Blueberry flavor is the most appealing but the other two sound good too.

  21. Maryann D. says:

    I do use Apple Cider Vinegar, especially in salads. I would like to try Blueberries & Honey.

  22. Corrine says:

    I think the Ginger & Honey sounds yummy!

  23. Amber Ludwig says:

    Oooh I love the idea of adding them to selzer water!! I think Cranberries & Honey sound delish!! I do drink apple cider vinegar but boy is it awful straight lol!!

  24. Georgiana says:

    I don’t use it but would pick the blueberry honey first.

  25. Rachel Beltz says:

    I don’t use ACV but the ginger is the most appealing!

  26. jberry says:

    I do use ACV, not as often as I need to. I like the idea of the Ginger.

  27. sarah s says:

    The Blueberries & Honey sounds really good and this looks like a great way to try drinking vinegar out.

  28. Susan P. says:

    I have not used sipping vinegar. I would like the Cranberries & Honey and the Ginger & Honey flavors.

  29. I would try the blueberry and honey one.

  30. Farrah says:

    Ginger and honey was my favorite too! <3

  31. Laurie Nykaza says:

    I do use apple cider vinegar for cooking and would love to try the ginger and honey sound really great

  32. Julie R says:

    Never used it, but want to try it!

  33. Kellymcgrew says:

    I like to use it to make my own salad dressing but also once a week I try to take a tablespoon of ACV in the morning to flush my system!

  34. Bryan Rice says:

    I like ACV, and would love to try these. I have trouble taking others into trying apple cider vinegar, but this would make it easier.

  35. Christy Peeples DuBois says:

    The cranberries and Joey sound the most appealing to me.
    They would probably be good in a vinaigrette dressing.

  36. Veronica says:

    Just bought a bottle of Ginger & Honey. Thanks for the review.

  37. Dee Johnson says:

    I love apple cider vinegar! I would love to try the Blueberries and Honey.

  38. Michele C says:

    I do use apple cider vinegar. I think I would love all the flavors, but the Cranberry and Honey sounds good.

  39. Jim in Maine says:

    I have been using ACV for quite a while but this is the first I heard of this outfit. Will definitely get and try some of their product.

  40. Ashley says:

    Yes, blueberries and honey!!

  41. Noreen says:

    YES, I eat and drink (diluted) apple cider vinegar. The blueberry and honey is my first choice

  42. karen says:

    I use ACV in my salad dressings. Would love to try ginger and honey

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