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  • Paolo Cassini Taggiasca Olives in Brine
  • Paolo Cassini Taggiasca Olives in Brine
  • Paolo Cassini Taggiasca Olives in Brine

Paolo Cassini Taggiasca Olives in Brine

Liguria, Italy
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Produced by Paolo Cassini

Traditional Ligurian green Taggiasca table olives grown on the Cassini Farm.

  • Olives 350g (12.3 oz)

    Olives preserved in a brine of salt with water or olive oil.

Description

Taggiasca olives in brine are a typical product in the Ligurian tradition. Carefully selected and then placed a solution of water and salt, the Taggiasca olive has unique characteristics that differentiate it from all other table olives, with a delicate flavor and light to medium bitterness. These olives are perfect for the preparation of traditional sauces or accompanying dishes of meat and fish, and are also excellent in salads or by themselves as an appetizer.

Ingredients: Green Taggiasca Olives, Water, Salt, Lactic Acid, Natural Aroma

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Paolo Cassini

The Cassini family has always cultivated exclusively the Taggiasca variety of olives. In their valley in the west of Liguria, near both the Italian Riviera and Italy's border with France and Monaco, each family once had an olive grove for personal provision and for trading. This was the normal way of life.

Jean Cassini and his son Giannino installed the first family mill in 1962. The mill was improved many times over, culminating with the current era headed by Giannino’s son Paolo, whose passion for producing oil and love for his territory has driven the company to obtain oils that are both fruitful and of a superior quality. Paolo Cassini continues the ways of his family, taking small steps, hopeful in his determination to remain a small family business which produces quality not numbers.

MADE FOR YOU BY

Paolo Cassini

The Cassini family has always cultivated exclusively the Taggiasca variety of olives. In their valley in the west of Liguria, near both the Italian Riviera and Italy's border with France and Monaco, each family once had an olive grove for personal provision and for trading. This was the normal way of life.

Jean Cassini and his son Giannino installed the first family mill in 1962. The mill was improved many times over, culminating with the current era headed by Giannino’s son Paolo, whose passion for producing oil and love for his territory has driven the company to obtain oils that are both fruitful and of a superior quality. Paolo Cassini continues the ways of his family, taking small steps, hopeful in his determination to remain a small family business which produces quality not numbers.