Elegant case of one of the best organic extra virgin that can be found today. It offers two varieties of extra virgin oil worthy of being tested.
Maximum 4 hours from picking. Intense green olive oil that reminds to grass and vegetable aromas. Tomato, tomato plant, green pepper, fennel, celery and artichoke. Background fruity aromas of green apple, banana peel and almonds. Great harmony, persistent and well structured.
Oro Bailen is an extra virgin olive oil whose superior quality gave it numerous awards and had been chosen, for several years, the best oil in the world. This Arbequina oil mainly notable for having medium intensity, with a soft and delicate taste on the palate, a very light late bitterness and a little more remarkable presence of spiciness.
Deortegas is one of the highest quality unfiltered organic extra virgin oils that we can find in the market.
Plain at the same time delicious, yellowish green olive oil. Its aromas are characteristic of green olives, artichoke, lettuce leaf, green tomato and olive leaves and its slightly bitter and spicy, complex and enveloping flavor.
Elegant wooden box that will not leave anyone indifferent. The oil Cortijo Suerte Alta Designation of Origin Baena (Córdoba), is thoroughly prepared and always respecting the environment, so they get a supreme and outstanding quality in both varieties included in this case.
It is an oil-intensive, balanced and harmonious, with some bitterness and itching that leaves a good taste. That is why it can be used in all culinary areas being very apt to enhance the flavor of certain foods, such as grilled meats, hunting, sausages and salads.
It is an extra virgin medium intensity, with moderate bitterness and spicy and a bright green color. It will enchant you when you try it. It is very suitable for all uses, both for cooking and raw, although in the latter case which highlights its properties. Because it comes from a single variety, retains a distinctive and well defined flavor giving us...
This oil is a clear sign of ecological authentic, medium intensity with light fruit and vegetables shades in nose with even great intensity of aromas as green almond. Upon entering palate it is sweet, with some bitterness and peppery not excessively marked.
This extra virgin is a very fruity oil, medium intensity upon entering the mouth it is followed by a slightly bitter and spicy touch. These characteristics have made that it is in the kitchens of the best restaurants around the world and is used by prestigious chefs.
Pagos Baldíos is a bright golden oil as they come, and differs by the great fruitiness of its fresh, green and aromatic olives, with notes reminiscent of green apple, fresh grass and unmistakable touch of banana. The palate is very sweet, no bitter and slightly spicy, with a long almond aftertaste.