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Products kept in oil and in brine
Extra virgin olive oil - MONO "CELLINA" beaten olives gr. 220
Jar of "Battuto di Cellina olives". The cellina di Nardò is a typical cultivar of the part of the lower Salento, in the province of Lecce, and of the province of Taranto and Brindisi. The "MONO" battutto of Cellina olives is a typical product of Salento with an intense flavor. Prepared with 88% of "Cellina" variety olives in extra virgin olive oil. Excellent and simple to use condiment that lends itself to multiple preparations such as aperitifs, canapés, croutons, frize or salads.The cellina di Nardò is a typical cultivar of the part of the lower Salento, in the province of Lecce, and the Toasts.
Ingredients: Cellina olive pulp (88%), extra virgin olive oil, salt, acidity regulator.
EVOO - MONO Patè "LECCINO" olives
Jar of "Battuto di Leccino olives". The black-pink olives typical of Leccino give a sweet and delicate flavor to this beaten. Ideal for bruschetta, tasty snacks, sandwiches, they can also become an interesting addition to sauces or sauces. Prepared with 88% of "Leccino" variety olives in extra virgin olive oil.
Extra virgin olive oil - MONO "Leccino" beaten olives gr. 220
EVOO - TRIS Beaten with "CELLINA" "LECCINO" olives and pitted green olives gr. 200
TRIS jar of "Battuto di Leccino-Cellina olives and pitted green". A set of light and decisive flavors that are very pleasant on the palate and that accompany delicious appetizers and snacks with croutons and frize. Ideal for bruschetta, delicious snacks or to fill sandwiches. Prepared with pitted "Leccino" "Cellina" and green olives in extra virgin olive oil. Weight 200 gr.
Ingredients: 30% extra virgin olive oil, 30% pitted Leccino olives, 15% pitted green olives, 15% pitted Cellino olives, parsley, oregano, hot pepper 3%, salt, acidity regulator.
Olives and Olives Tapenade
The itrana cultivar, in addition to being extremely good for the production of oil, provides us with high quality olives with which to make tasteful tapenades and pastes. A simple idea to be used to enrich your starters, “bruschette” and pasta dishes.