Extra Virgin Olive Oil
The extra virgin olive oils available come from different parts of Spain: Toledo, Córdoba, Almería, Tarragona, Jaen and Cáceres. Our extra virgin olive oils can be of different types depending on the type of olive that is used: Arbequina, Picual, Hojiblanca, Cornicabra, Manzanilla, Coupage or organic.
Más Tarrés Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Más Tarrés (Olis Solé) olive oil comes from the area of Camp de Tarragona. Its olive oils have the PDO Siurana distinctive and are Arbequina type.
Type of olive
The different types of Extra Virgin Olive Oil may vary according to the type of olive with which it has been made. This will determine the flavor of the oil and its possible uses.
Venta del Barón Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Venta del Barón extra virgin olive oils are considered among the best in the world. These oils come from Córdoba and are of coupage type.
The Origin of extra virgin olive oil
Ancient Greece has left us a myth of how the olive tree appeared. They say that there were two candidates to put their name to the capital of the Hellenic empire, Poseidon and Athena.
The Oracle of Delphi decided to give this privilege to whoever gave the city the best of those present. Poseidon gave a river of salt water and Athena created the olive tree. Of course, Athena won and the olive tree still being¡ the symbol of all Hellenic and later Roman culture. Olives juice was extracted from the olive tree and it was called extra virgin olive oil.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Extra virgin olive oil is the olive oil categorized as of the highest quality. There may be differences in the types of olives, varieties of olives or the production area of the oils.
In this blog you can find out everything about extra virgin olive oil. Everything you need to know about its varieties, properties, origin and possible uses of EVOOs, among others.
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