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Oro Bailén Casa del Agua
PET bottle 5 l.

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Olive Oil stands out for its fruity medium intensity, with a similar intensity on both green and ripe nuances at its peak, reminiscent of fruits such as tomatoes and almonds.

This olive oil filtering from Bailen (Jaen) is a single variety Picual variety.
Extra virgin olive oil
Appellation of origin:
Sin denominación
Hot spicy:
The palate has a sweet entry, with a delicate, slightly bitter, accompanied at the end with a touch of spicy, both in perfect balance, very harmonious and medium intensity - low.

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Aceites Oro Bailén

Aceites Oro Bailén is a family business that started its activity in November 2004, with an experienced career in the world of olive growing.

At present, the family Galvez - González, has a plantation of more than 200 hectares of olive trees, which, with its precious fruits and careful handling, produces extra virgin olive oils enjoying the necessary quality to satisfy the most demanding palates.

Its facilities include the latest technology, ensuring throughout the process, a product without modifications, which keeps intact all its values ​​and organoleptic properties.

Aceites Oro Bailén bet from the first moment on the quality of its products rather than any commercial policy.

Almazara de Oro Bailen
Villanueva de la Reina (Jaen, Spain)

The olive groves called "Casa del Agua" whose oil is extracted, have a careful agricultural management and thorough at any time declined in order to respect the environment; always finding a balance between profitability and the optimal conditions of the plantation.