Flavors no know bounds, only the heart and conquering little pleasures.
Inspired by eastern gastronomy, this dish captures flavor and aroma contrasts with high-quality ingredients and a spectacular presentation. We harvest the olives at the peak of ripeness and pair them with the highest quality foods to create innovative flavors.
Olive Variety Verdial
The Verdial olive variety from Badajoz ripens late. It is asymmetric, elongated and egg-shaped.
When Verdial olives are harvested for the table, the olive trees recover quickly and immediately begin producing again. The Verdial olive from Badajoz is not an alternate bearing variety.
Tasting Notes Olive à l’orientale
Brilliant, even yellowish-green color.
Firm, without being stringy or grainy.
Aroma and Flavor
A slightly bitter, salty taste is the hallmark of these olives. Their meticulous processing ensures that the result is free of unpleasant flavors or aromas.
How are Olives à l’Orientale made?
The aroma of the Verdial variety is reminiscent of fresh olives, with balanced bitterness and spiciness.
This special combination is achieved by mixing Verdial olives with garlic, red pepper, hot paprika and spices in a well-balanced brine that makes it very visually appealing.