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Monocultivar Coratina Intense Fruity Extra Virgin Olive Oil 3L Bag in a Box

£56.00 GBP

Intense extra virgin olive oil by Frantoio Muraglia, coming in a 3 litres bag in a box. Great to refill your ceramic bottles and never run out of this precious liquid gold.

The colour green with traces of gold, the perfume speaks of fennel, pepper and dill, getting spicy finishes with a herbaceous notes. Perfect with a peasant soup and raw vegetables, this is an oil that you will want in every occasion, to the last drop.

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Rustic, robust, this Italian extra virgin olive oil offers an intense taste but balanced. Green in colour with traces of gold, the perfume speaks of fennel, pepper and dill, getting spicy finishes with a herbaceous notes. Perfect with a peasant soup and raw vegetables, this is an oil that you will want in every occasion, to the last drop.

Once the olive oil is gone, this bottle can be refilled with more, check the 250ml or 1L tins in our collection.

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100% cold pressed Coratina olives from Apulia, Italy

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Affectionately known as capatosta, a nickname that in Italian means stubborn, the Muraglia family has been looking after their land and its olive trees for over five generations, down to the tiniest detail. Not far from their olive groves, the century od stone mill works non stop during the harvest, allowing Frantoio Muraglia to crush their olives within 4 hours from picking, quite the rarity. The Coratina and Peranzana olives are the varieties chosen by Frantoio Muraglia as the epitome of the Apulia region, offering both intense and medium fruitness, to suit every table, cooking style and cuisine.

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John R.
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loving the new bag in a box, reminds me of festival life in the 80's