Olive Oil Tasting Collection 6 Tubes in Gift Box

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.
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Set 1

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Au

Au

Andalusia, 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.

Kreta

Kreta

Crete, Greece

This olive oil is from Crete and has a full, soft but fruity flavor. It is an olive oil with a smooth mouthfeel and a hint of lemon. This makes it tastes good with fish and salads for example, feta cheese, red onion and black olives. Delicious in combination with a fresh vinegar.

Terre Dell'Abbazia

Terre Dell'Abbazia

Italy

This gentle olive oil is well suited for baking or to use on salads. Remarkably light green in color with beautiful yellow nuances. After strict selection, only the best of the Chieti, Gucco, Olvastra, Crognalegno, Ascolana Dritta olives end in this special olive oil. The mutual ratio depends on the crop, so no single year is the same.

Cufrol - Beautiful Oil for Beautiful People

Cufrol - Beautiful Oil for Beautiful People

Umbria, Italy

This olive oil is made by Cufrol, a small family business from Italy of the family Gradassi. The oil is used in Various star restaurants in Italy, including the three-star restaurant Dal Pescatore Chef Antonio Santini, but is also on the table at the Dutch master chef Lucas Rive and in the famous Okura Hotel in Amsterdam.

Pago Baldios - Full Moon

Pago Baldios - Full Moon

Extremadura, Spain

During the first full moon of October, the olives are picked by hand and immediately pressed. The grove is irrigated with meltwater from the nearby mountains and is located in a microclimate which allows the olives to mature rapidly. The flavor is very delicate and fruity with notes of green banana, apple and nuts. The olive oil is exceptionally soft, but also high on taste. This combination is a characteristic of exceptionally high quality and makes this the favorite of almost all Spanish chefs.

Naturvie - Arbequina

Naturvie - Arbequina

Spain

Delicious mild and very fruity extra virgin olive oil of the top producer Naturvie. Arbequina is the most international Spanish olive variety, not just growing in Spain, but also in other parts of the world. The palate shows a medium green fruitiness highlighted in intensity by a spicy sweetness and a light bitter. Great for those who want to be introduced to the world of quality olive oils.

Set 2

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Alentejo -  Art & Soul

Alentejo - Art & Soul

Portugal

A particularly fresh extra virgin olive oil from the Alentejo, South of Portugal. This region is called the ‘bread basket of Portugal’; it is an area of open land with rolling fields and fertile land on which also grow the olive trees of the olive oil. This olive oil is made from cold-pressed Arbequina, Picual and Cobrançosa olives and delicious on grilled vegetables and fish.

iO - Black

iO - Black

Extremadura, Spain

The Manzanilla olive gives the little bitter and spiciness to this olive oil, the Arbequina olive the softness and fruitiness. A perfect blend of two olive varieties, which gives a fruity and soft taste with a little green and finally a little bitter. The scent of freshly cut grass, fruit (such as green apple and banana) with hints of almond and tomato.

Pago Baldios San Carlos - Oro

Pago Baldios San Carlos - Oro

Extremadura, Spain

This olive oil from the property Pago Baldios San Carlos occupies the 9th place in the official list of World's Best Olive Oils 2015 and came on the market in 2006. From its first year, the olive oil Oro won many awards. Almost all Spanish chefs have a bottle of this liquid gold standing in their kitchen. Very fruity with just a little extra spice by the Cornicabra olive.

Venta del Barón

Venta del Barón

Andalusia, Spain

The authority in the field of "ranking the Olive Oil" has put this oil at No. 1 as World's Best Olive Oil. Baron Santaella killed his wife out of jealousy and he was exiled to Andalusia by the King. Santaella focused on creating the very best olive oil. When the King tasted his olive oil, he was so impressed that he immediately granted him pardon and gave him back his title. The olive oil is wonderfully fruity, fresh and grassy with hints of tomato, apple and banana.

Chateau d’Estoublon - Picholine

Chateau d’Estoublon - Picholine

Provence, France

Château d'Estoublon makes olive oil and top quality wine. The owner was inspired by the packaging of perfume bottles of great French fashion brands. Picholine has a sharp and deep flavor is peppery. A huge flavor enhancer, which adds the fresh taste of young lettuce to vegetables and other dishes such as smoked fish carpaccio and a delicious steak tartare with a slice of lemon. Also delicious on (sorbet) ice.

Naturvie - Cornezuelo

Naturvie - Cornezuelo

Spain

The Cornezuelo olive grows in the western Spanish province of Extremadura. This olive oil from the famous house Naturvie is from a unique forest plantation. The grandfather of the current owner Fernando Sanchez Mohino created the current plantation from a number of wild growing olive trees. The olives for this extra virgin olive oil are hand-picked and pressed immediately. And full, velvety taste with a hint of pepper at the end.