Hojiblanca literally translated means "white leaf" in Spanish - which comes from the white coloring on the underside of the leaves. These large olives are popular as table olives and make a tasty olive oil due to the high levels of fatty acid and linoleic acid.
Tasting attributes: Starts slightly sweet, with a slight bitter taste of unripe fruit and then finishing with a peppery almond aftertaste. It has a lively and fresh aroma
Uses: Ideal for making making bread and pasta due to the consistency it provides the dough. Recommended for frying as well.
$ 18.00The Arbequina olive may be a small olive but it's big in flavor. With its origin in Catalonia, Spain, the Arbequina olive is a hearty varietal and harvested early. This oil is sourced from Chile and exhibits a buttery, fruity aroma with smooth mild flavor and a pleasant bitter sensation on the tongue.
Blending two very popular varietals, Arbequina and Arbosana, this wonderful extra virgin olive oil from California will be your new favorite go-to olive oil for everyday use. The ripe fruit Arbequina complements the artichoke and green tomato hints of the Arbosana. The aroma is butterly with a fruity overlay; the overall intensity is medium.
$ 18.00Mild and fruity Chilean frantoio olives make this a wonderful oil for salad dressing, bread dipping and marinades.