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Extra virgin olive oil & mandarin orange

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Product code: A-112

Futura bottle 250ml

Cardboard box with 6 bottles, dimensions 18x12x32, weight: 3.9 kg

Once the 'Extra Virgin Olive Oil & Mandarin Orange' has been produced it is stored away from harmful light and air, in stainless steel tanks. The oil is then stirred every now and again, mixing slowly in order to obtain a perfect fusion.  

Even more slowly than before, the 'Extra Virgin Olive Oil & Mandarin Orange' is stirred once again for about two hours to obtain a homogeneous product. It is then poured through a cotton filter and bottled in special dark glass. The bottles are taken from their original wrappers only at the moment of filling, they are then blown with special alimentary nitrogen, filled and capped. Although the whole process is carried out on a homemade basis, our company respects and applies every health and hygiene measure required for this activity.

Once filled and capped the bottles are labelled and packed manually.   

In order to maintain an optimal presevation, the product should be kept in a dry, cool place, away from the rays of the sun. Under these conditions the product will remain well preserved even after opening.

How to savour the flavour:
Your sense of smell can pick up the zest of freshly peeled mandarin oranges; it presents itself to the palate fresh and sweet with a mildly sour aftertaste of mandarin orange peel. Wonderful for creating cold sauces based on mandarin and fresh herbs like chives, catmint, chervil, coriander etc. Special as a garnish for grilled fish, rich salads with mango, papaya, coconut, orange and mature cheese or those with bitter flavours like Greek feta, first salt cheese etc. Wonderful to dose onto mint dishes like Neapolitan fried courgettes with mint, or artichoke and mint salads. If one wishes to exalt the flavour and give a boost to dishes such as “linguine” pasta with scampi, a drop of oil & mandarin will make all the difference, while if you really want to risk breaking all the rules, try adding a drop or two to a bitter chocolate mousse!!!