Olive Oil Tasting Collection
6 Tubes in gift box

This olive oil tasting contains:
• 6 glass tubes of 25 ml olive oil
• Booklet with illustrations and descriptions of the olive oils
• Luxury gift box

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Unique collection of 6 very special Olive Oils in a beautiful gift box. Discover your favorite Olive Oil and learn to distinguish the differences. Enjoy while you become an expert. Order this Olive Oil Tasting Collection and a whole new world will open for you!

Set 1

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Sierra del Conde

Sierra del Conde

Spain

Made by the house Naturvie, one of Spain's leading olive oil producers. The Sierra del Conde is a blend of 4 different olives, all from the Naturvie's own olive groves. The Sierra del Conde is a first press oil with soft tones of green almond, apple and tomato. This olive oil is a real all-rounder, used by many top chefs. From soups and sauces to salads; this oil can handle it.

Tarragona

Tarragona

Spain

This unfiltered virgin olive oil comes from the northern Spanish town of Tarragona in Catalonia, one of the oldest olive oil regions. Catalonia produces a lot of olive oil, the best of which comes from the Tarragona region. The Tarragona olive oil, made from the Arbequina olive oil, is bright and lighter in texture and has a lot of taste. It is an elegant olive oil, very suitable for salads, to bake in and with Tapas, but it also combines well with just a piece of bread.

Pago Baldios San Carlos - Oro

Pago Baldios San Carlos - Oro

Spain

The house Pago Baldios San Carlos originated in the 17th century in the Spanish Valle del Tiétar. They bring different brands, all of which have their own philosophy. The Oro San Carlos is made from Arbequina and Cornicabra olives, picked on the first day of harvesting. This oil is ranked 9th on the official list of World's Best Olive Oils. The oil has a slightly bitter and fruity taste and is very well suited to rice and fish species.

Venta del Barón

Venta del Barón

Spain

When Baron Santaella was exiled to Andalusia in the 14th century because he murdered his wife, he there concentrated on making olive oil. When King Henry III tasted that olive oil, he showed his grace and restored his title. As a tribute to the baron, Venta del Baron makes a beautiful virgin olive oil of 75% Hojiblanca and 25% Picuda olives. Two years in a row rewarded with the title 'best olive oil in the world'.

Au

Au

Spain

Au stands for Aceites Unicos what means "Unique olive oil" and is also the chemical symbol for gold. Already in November, the Picual olives are picked. This allows the olive oil to have a lot of 'body' and gives a strong taste in the mouth. Slightly spicy and green and fruity with hints of green apple and a medium bitterness.

Frantoi Cutrera – Sicilia

Frantoi Cutrera – Sicilia

Italy

Frantoi Cutrera Sicilia is a medium floral and somewhat spicy olive oil from Sicily, best used for fish, beef carpaccio or vegetables. The harvest of the olives is done strictly by hand, so the delicate fruit is not damaged before being pressed, which happens no longer than 6 hours after the harvest. The origins of Franto Cutrera date back to more than a century ago.

Set 2

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Knolive - Epicure

Knolive - Epicure

Spain

Knolive was named one of the best and most successful olive oil producers in the world in 2018. Their olive groves are in the heart of the Subbética National Park in Spain, where a sea of olive trees surround La Tiñosa, the highest peak in the province of Córdoba. The harvest is carried out manually, because mechanical picking is near impossible on such rugged terrain. The Knolive Epicure is an extra virgin olive oil with a world class reputation, made by a world class producer.

Chateau d’Estoublon - Grossane

Chateau d’Estoublon - Grossane

France

An oil from the French Provence, made by wine and olive oil house Le Chateau d' Estoublon, founded in 1731. The house is situated in the Les Baux de Provence Valley and is famous for its various olive oils. They use 5 variants; in this virgin olive oil it is the black Grossane olive. The oil is soft, slightly sweet and fruity. It is an olive oil that is very suitable for crustaceans and shellfish, such as snails and scallops.

Pons - Primum Oleum

Pons - Primum Oleum

Spain

Casa Pons is located in the small northern Spanish village of L' Albagés, where this family has been making olive oil in a traditional way since 1945. In October, the gentle picking of the small green Arbequina olive groves begins; a true harvest party. The olives are cold pressed immediately after picking. This first oil is very limited and very popular. A fantastic oil with soft flavours of nuts and fruit. Ideal for a salad or sprinkled over meat or fish.

Galantino – Affiorato

Galantino – Affiorato

Italy

Galantino Afforiato is made by hand-skimming the small quantity of olive oil (2-3%) that rises to the surface after crushing to olives. It is a full-bodied and balanced olive oil, perfect for dressing salads, fish, seafood and other delicate dishes. Located in the heart of Puglia, one of the biggest production regions of extra virgin olive oil, the history of Galantino dates back to 1926.

Franci - Villa Magra Grand Cru

Franci - Villa Magra Grand Cru

Italy

A Grand Cru that is named after the house of the Franci family, Villa Magra. It is their best olive oil, of which they only produce 2100 litres per year. The oil has won several awards and has won the title 'Best olive oil from Tuscany' for 15 years in a row. The taste is intense with hints of artichoke, cherry, nuts, grass and flowers. The oil can easily handle sturdy dishes. Sprinkle a little bit over your meat, fish or vegetables and you will taste the quality.

Joil

Joil

Italy

Joil stands for 'Jewel Oil Italian Luxury'. Produced by the house Gradassi, founded in 1639 in Spoleto, Umbria, under the brand name Cufrol. The black Moraiolo olive is a fairly rare Tuscan olive of which Cufrol makes this Premier Cru oil. They themselves speak of an "olive jewel". The oil is slightly peppery and spicy and is actually only used to sprinkle over dishes in order to enhance the deep taste.