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Kirkland Signature’s Balsamic Vinegar is well known for its superior quality and fine taste. I use it often at work for my lunch salad. It’s the best salad dressing I know of. It’s tasty and healthy.
Now, Kirkland Signature’s Balsamic Vinegar comes with a built-in pour spout. This brilliant little mechanism is absolutely useful. It eliminates the need for a separate bottle and spout. I can now use my Costco Balsamic Vinegar straight from the original bottle. The spout functions perfectly, much better than generic spouts at most restaurants. This is a great idea, and I am truly enjoying it.
I shot a quick video below. Check it out.
6 thoughts on “Kirkland Signature Balsamic Vinegar’s built-in pour spout”
The pour spout CAN be removed. Insert the sharp edge of a knife blade at the top of the bottle threads between glass and the black plastic washer edge of the spout insert. Gently pry the plastic insert up and it will pop out. You now have a normal bottle opening and the cap still works. There is also a ” flip valve” built into that spout assembly. Must be to regulate the flow. The valve can get plugged with natural vinegar sediment as the bottle gets used up and that is why it can be hard to pour as the bottle gets low.
Love the vinegar but I hate the spout since we have our own matching oil and vinegar bottles and I can’t pour into it easily and the spout can’t be removed. Anyone found a hack?
Oh, I understand what you mean. I just looked at the spout mechanism. Personally, I wouldn’t dare try to remove the spout.
It looks like “Maybe” you can pop that device out – maybe with a pair of pliers. Just grab the spout and pull. But, don’t do it. Hahaha.
I would just pour into the bottle as is. It will take extra time, but..
I would like to remove the spout as 1/4 left of vinegar and spout is not functioning like it should. Does not pour very easily. Like the liquid is stuck.Any suggestions?
One visitor informed us we can remove the spout. I believe that’s a possibility.
Also, maybe we can poke a wire (or chopstick) through the opening and give it a shake. As the visitor stated, I think it’s the natural sediment that’s blocking the flow. So, just poke it lose.
It is so clever! I only want to buy products that are similarly packaged from now on.