The extra virgin olive oil “Le Barche” comes from an olive grove recalls its splendid location overlooking the sea. The century-old olive trees of the Taggiasca variety grow on these ancient terraces and benefit from a unique climate, a drip irrigation system and an ideal exposure to sunlight, that are fundamental factors to obtain a “great extra-virgin olive oil”. Stefano Guasco is the creator of this new product introduced by Terre Bormane: all the exceptional taste qualities of the Taggiasca extra-virgin olive oil are concentrated in the limited production of numbered bottles.
Coratina variety italian extra virgin olive oil from Puglia. Golden yellow in colour with green glares. Rich scent in fresh herb notes.
Bitter and spicy taste with notes of artichoke and unripe tomato. Matches with legumes and/or cereals based soup, first courses with radicchio, ragout, chicory and grilled red meat.
This rare oil is only produced occasionally, in years when the olives in higher regions continue to ripen into the months of April and May. These late-spring olives are particularly mature which means production is short and limited. The resulting oil has a pale gold colour with opalescent hues, a sweet delicate aroma and unique flavour profile with low acidity. 500ml bottle in tissue paper wrapping.
The region of Liguria is home of the famous Taggiasca olives, known here as Ligurian olives, which create a superior quality extra virgin olive oil. This oils is from producer Casa Olearia, based in the heart of the Ligurian Riviera.
The region of Liguria is home of the famous Taggiasca olives, also known as Ligurian olives, which create a superior quality extra virgin olive oil. This oil from the Ligurian Riviera area has DOP status – which involves strict controls over the growing and production to safeguard quality.
It’s cold pressed and has a delicate aroma with a very fruity flavour, round finish and golden colour. Use it in salad dressings, as a dipping oil or to dress hot and cold dishes. From producer Casa Olearia, based in the heart of the Ligurian Riviera. 500ml bottle.
Nocellara variety italian extra virgin olive oil from Sicily. Intense green in colour. Firm scent with vegetable notes. Fruity and slightly spicy taste with notes of wild grown vegetables.
Matches with vegetables, salads and oil dip, baking fish or grilled meats and on Mediterranean dishes.
Terre Bormane Hazelnut Oil is obtain by cold pressing hazelnuts from Piedmont Italy. It has a sweet flavour; ideal for all types of salads, in particular with bitter salads (chicory, endive, etc.). ideal for vegetable dishes and pastry.
The region of Liguria is home of the famous Taggiasca olives, which create a superior quality extra virgin olive oil. This oil is named for the ancient Celtic god of the region called ‘Bormanus’ – guardian of the woods and waters. It’s made with ripe Taggiasca olives, creating an elegant aroma and fruity flavour with hints of almonds on the end palate.
From producer Casa Olearia, based in the heart of the Ligurian Riviera. A great everyday oil to add rich flavours to dressing dishes.
Frantoio Muraglia has decided to combine the purity of its extra virgin olive oil, a highly selected and sought after raw material produced from the excellence of the lands to create, in effect, a capsule collection of taste, faithful as ever to its DNA. A combination that imparts flavour and achieves its signature style through “fusion”, not only in taste but also in the production process.
We chose a real home-made garlic from Italy, as the ingredient for our fresh garlic spiced oil. It’s perfect on pizza or the classic recipe with pasta, garlic, oil and chilli, now even easier to prepare.
The olive oil from the Muraglia family has been crafted in the Puglia’s region in Italy for the past 450 years from their 100 acres olive grove. Distributed in over 40 countries around the world and stocked by the famous Harrods store in London, Muraglia is recognised as one of the best in the world. The secret of such amazing oil is that the olives are pressed within 24h of picking – Picking only happens on dry days to insure that no humidity goes in the press and could cause fermentation.
Each terracotta jar is hand-moulded and decorated by the bothers d’Aniello for the 5 generations.
This Coratina olive oil is the ultimate expression of the Muraglia land – intense, fruity and slightly spicy with a pleasant biter overtone.