I really wanted to showcase the 18 year aged balsamic I recently purchased so I have made this quick and fresh watermelon blueberry salad. The balsamic brings out the freshness of the watermelon and blueberries and saltiness of the feta cheese. This is a great side dish to bring to a cookout or a wonderful light refreshing snack to eat whenever you want! I’m sure this won’t be a problem but try to eat it up the same day you make it otherwise the liquid from the watermelon and dressing will make the cheese wet. Here is a little more about the oil and vinegar used in this recipe: Koroneiki Olive Oil: Koroneiki is a Greek olive that is small in size but high in levels of poly-phenols, the natural antioxidants found in plants that may reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer. This olive oil is very robust and a great staple olive oil for any cook’s kitchen. Aged Balsamic Vinegar: It is aged 18 years in chestnut, oak, mulberry cherry and ash barrels. It is very rich and dense Uses: The applications are endless for this vinegar. Excellent for salad dressings, marinades, glazes, pan sauces, soups, pickling, grilling, over ice cream, cheese, and fresh fruit.