ALMAOLIVA BIO:From the rugged hills of the Sierras Subbéticas in Southern Spain, this extra virgin olive oil presents the nuanced flavors of three essential Spanish olive varieties blended into exquisite harmony. In addition to being named one of the best extra virgin olive oils in the world at the prestigious 2019 World Olive Oil Exhibition, this oil also won for both the best organic farming production and best coupage. Only the finest organic Picuda, Picual and Hojiblanca olives are selected for this 100% organically produced oil. Expect a green and fruity aroma and a taste that begins sweet with a touch of green almonds, then evolves into a light bitterness with a perfectly balanced pungent finish. This oil is excellent eaten raw, especially on salads, blue fish and drizzled over toast.
LA LAGUNA SELECTA: This carefully crafted blend of Picuda and Hojiblanca olives grown on the Sucesores de Hermanos Lopez estate in Cordoba is sweet and aromatic with notes of wild cut grass as well as fruity notes of apple, banana and green almond. Velvety and delicate, yet persistent on the palate, this well-balanced oil is exceptional for both cooking and finishing applications.
OLEOESTEPA SELECCION 750ML: Seleccion is a clever combination of two high-quality Spanish variety olives, Arbequina and Hojiblanca, resulting in an extraordinary oil. It is well-balanced in fruity intensities as well as its bitter and spicy qualities in the mouth. This oil truly shines when drizzled on bread, grilled vegetables, and cold soups.
ORO SAN CARLOS: Oro San Carlos is a thoughtful blend of locally-grown Arbequina and Cornicabra olives of Extremadura. The olives are harvested in early October thus giving the oil a more concentrated fruity flavor. This well-balanced oil is medium fruity with notes of fresh herbs, apple and almond with a subtle spicy finish and adds wonderful flavor to grilled meats and vegetables. The oil was recently awarded one of the “Best Olive Oils in the World” with a Gold Medal at the 2015 New York International Olive Oil Competition.