If you haven’t already tried it, check out Castelanotti Arbequina Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
This olive oil is made at a single estate, meaning they grow, harvest, press the olives, as well as manufacture the olive oil product, on their own premises. This is a contrast to others, who import their olives and may send them elsewhere to be handled and packed. The preference is to use single estate olive oils.
Castelanotti Arbequina EVOO is a very mild, mellow, Spanish olive oil, paler in color, and slightly fruity with only a tinge of bitterness.
The intricate processes of hand harvesting, and pressing under proper conditions gives the very best of the best olive oil in the first pressing.
Find out about this product on this webisode of What I Say About Food:
This is the extra virgin olive oil, which we use mostly for garnish, last minute flavoring or for a very special salad. For general cooking purposes, a regular olive oil is quite satisfactory.
We were happy to have a taste of this oil in this show on our garlic toast, and it was a real treat. So, we hope you have a chance to try this EVOO, and enjoy it as we have, and keep it on hand for special treats.
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