The Picual olive accounts for 50% of the production in Spain… about 20% of the world’s production. Virgin olive oil from Picual olives have high levels of polyphenols which are known to have antioxidant effects. Flavor notes: Contrasting fruity flavor with a peppery kick, this is a great olive oil for cooking as well as in salad dressings or as a finishing oil.
$ 6.00This steel pouring spout with weighted lid will let you drizzle and measure without the mess, while protecting your oil from air and debris. You can reuse the pouring spout time and time again, and it is dishwasher safe stainless steel!
$ 14.00 $ 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.
The Arbosana varietal is the second largest produced olive in California. This oil showcases a mild-to-medium intensity with a fresh fruity nose. Lightly reminiscent of buttery artichoke with a slight peppery finish, this would be a nice finishing oil with notes of green tomato.
This Extra Virgin Olive Oil from California is a blend of Frantoio, Leccino and Arbosana olives. The perfect hint of high quality grassy notes with a mild smooth flavor. Perfect for everyday use and great as a bread dipping oil.