Partanna Extra Virgin Olive Oil, 34-Ounce

January 5, 2018 - Comment

The Asaro family has been producing it in Partanna, Sicily (Italy) since 1916 2 Gold Medals & 1 Best of Class at L.A. County Fair Monovarietal olive oil: only made with “Nocellara del Belice” olives, from the province of Trapani, in Sicily The Nocellara del Belice gives it a very rich flavor profile,with notes of

The Asaro family has been producing it in Partanna, Sicily (Italy) since 1916 2 Gold Medals & 1 Best of Class at L.A. County Fair Monovarietal olive oil: only made with “Nocellara del Belice” olives, from the province of Trapani, in Sicily The Nocellara del Belice gives it a very rich flavor profile,with notes of artichokes & almonds and a peppery finish Filtered extra virgin olive oil, only produced in October Very low acidity (typically around 0.3%) Very versatile oil: it can be used for finishing, dipping and also cooking

Comments

Karin J. says:

The finest EVOO I’ve ever purchased. Oh my goodness I wish I had ordered this years ago. SO much better than what I can get at the grocery store. The taste is amazingly fruity! People who complained about the spout dripping need to figure out how to pull the inner, clear spout up, then put the red cap on it. It’s not hard.

Tammy says:

Good tasting Great flavor, great texture. The taste buds liked the freshness of the oil, had “green” or “grassyish” flavor, I am not good at describing flavors lol. I will say that it was very nice mixed with herbs and garlic for dipping bread! Have not used it yet in any other way. Others gave this product a bad review based on the difficulty in opening the can. I think those folks were not pulling “up” on the spout. It opens like any other can of oil I have ever purchased.

Amazon Customer says:

Pure olive oil Excellent, pure and fresh virgin Olive oil. It is a bit more “peppery” flavored than the Kirkland,I prefer this for salads, dipping , etc.

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