Extra Virgin Olive Oil La Samiaja Coupage 250 ml
Hojiblanca, Gordalilla and Picual
Limited and handmade production of an AOVE Premium, a soft coupage of ripe olives, picked in December, with ripe green fruity with medium inlude and soft notes.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil Plurivarietal harvested when the olive has matured in the tree, a soft Coupage elaborated with the varieties of Hojiblanca, Gordalilla and Picual, that presents a delicate medium fruity, of sweet character, marked by a bitter and spicy little intense.
In Nose: Aroma Fruity medium ripe olive, with soft nuances to ripe olive, almond and aromatic herbs.
In the mouth: The passage is long and fluid, resulting smooth. Sweet character, marked by a bitter and spicy little intense.
Extraction: Continuous system of 2 phases. Cold extraction.
Consumption suggestions: Meats, vegetables, vegetables and salads, sauces, legumes, cheeses, desserts ...
Health: Anti-inflammatory properties, anti-inflammatory, etc.
Presentation: 250 ml glass bottle screen-printed and painted for the best preservation of the organoleptic properties. With non-drip non-drip spout.
Net content: 250 ml. Bottles per box: 12 units.
La Samiaja, Archidona (Málaga).
The Samiaja is a family business that is committed to sustainable development as the best alternative of present and future.
Located in the Sierra Norte de Málaga, in front of the Peña de los Enamorados, placed next to an extensive olive grove, was once erected a small farmhouse that over the years was growing until the current Cortijo de La Samiaja.
The production of extra virgin olive oil constitutes its fundamental pillar, returning to an organic farming with repercussion in the food health and in the improvement of our habitat.
The peculiarities of the ecosystem of its olive grove add important nuances to its extra virgin olive oil premium, limited production and craftsmanship, unique both for its quality and its packaging based on a simple world, reflecting the life in the field and everything That this entails, in favor of the necessary recovery that they have to dispense to their rural environments.
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