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Aceituno of 100 ml

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Square glass bottle 100 ml

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4,50 €(tax incl.45,00 €/L)

  • 1 Frasca 4,50 € / Unit

This extra virgin olive oil is a monovarietal of the Picual variety.

The aroma: 
Fruity green olive flavour with notes of freshly cut grass, green almond, mint, artichoke, tomato, and green banana


In the mouth: 
Very balanced and harmonious bitterness and spiciness.

Recommended uses: gazpachos and salmorejos, pasta dishes, or toast with oil; perfect for finishing vegetable dishes, bitter vegetables, and many kinds of stew.

Class:
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Variety:
picual
Cultivation:
Traditional
Zone:
Jaén
Format:
Bottle
Capacity:
100 ml
Composition:
Monovarietal
Fruity:
intenso
Sweet:
4
Bitter:
4
Hot spicy:
4
Nose:
green olive
artichoke
green almond
grass
green banana
Mouth:
bitterness and itching very balanced and harmonic.
04/03/2020

Soy cliente vuestro desde hace tiempo, nunca me habéis defraudado, así, que todo excelente. Gracias.

04/03/2020

Una tienda a la altura

03/29/2020

Esta vez hemos probado el Exttra picual y está buenísimo, absolutamente recomendable. Y como siempre un servicio excelente

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Aceituno of 100 ml - Square glass bottle 100 ml

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Manufacturer Info

Aceituno Olivar de Montaña

UNOACEIT was born from the need to give continuity to the hard work throughout the history of his family in the cultivation of olive groves and the harvesting of olives, its symbol of identity.

For generations, these mountain lands were ploughed by hand, ploughed by means of yuntas of beasts, dug with hoe, fertilized with natural manure, preparing their covers, to obtain from their olive trees the best fruits, olives traditionally vareadas with chestnut sticks, collected from the ground one by one in esparto grass sluices.