Losada Manzanilla Olives - 168g

The Manzanilla, which translates to “little apple,” takes its name from its round shape and is favored as a table olive for its high flesh to pit ratio and pleasant flavor. Having a high oil content, Manzanilla are commonly cultivated for olive oil production as well. Typical of the Spanish region of Seville in Andalusia, the olives are harvested in September then rinsed with lye in a conventional curing process at Losada. While popular as a table olive, the delicate flavor of the Manzanilla makes for an excellent martini garnish as well.

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Marques de Valdueza
Extremadura, Spain
From the same producer as our Marques de Valdueza oil, the olives for Merula are from the second harvest of the year. The added time on the trees gives this oil its characteristic flavor and a higher smoke point. The name Merula comes from the Latin word for yellow-beaked black bird, a bird that populates the Alvarez de Toledo family estate.
Morisca, Arbequina, Picual, and Hojiblanca
This oil is characterized by a buttery feel that fills the mouth, as well as distinctive notes of green olives, cut grass, green almond and dried fruit.
A perfect oil for cooking or for finishing vegetable, meat, and even desserts.

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