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Olive Oil Lux Pack, Extra Virgin, Organic, First Cold Press, Early Harvest, %100 Pure, Gift Pack, 17 Fl.Oz.

Olive Oil Lux Pack, Extra Virgin, Organic, First Cold Press, Early Harvest, %100 Pure, Gift Pack, 17 Fl.Oz.

Regular price $19.99 USD
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Olives are produced from select family-owned groves of Troya. Carefully harvested by hand, the olives are then cold pressed the same day to extract the best quality olive oil leaving the aromas and flavor unaltered.

  • ✅ EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL OF HIGHEST QUALITY, LOW ACIDITY and MEDIUM INTENSITY - Full bodied flavor with fruity tones, strong hints of fresh cut grass and fresh nuts. Very low acidity of 0.2% to 0.4% unique to the Edremit type of olives we harvest that yield a very high polyphenol olive oil
  • ✅ HIGH POLYPHENOL CONTENT for INCREASED HEALTH BENEFITS: Significantly higher polyphenol and antioxidant levels vs other name brands since we harvest in October, process within 2 hours and maintain cool temperatures for a high quality extra virgin olive oil
  • ✅ FRESHNESS GUARANTEED with OUR DARK BOTTLE & SPECIAL AIRPROOF CAP – Most brands sell extra virgin olive oil in clear glass or plastic bottles. Both methods ensure quick degradation of polyphenols and antioxidants. Our UV protected dark bottles protect against AIR, LIGHT, HUMIDITY and HEAT to ensure the freshest taste once the bottle is received in your house. We go the extra mile so you can enjoy the first day harvest we prepared for you!
  • ✅ WELL BALANCED BETWEEN FRUIT AND SPICE: Perfect for roasting, marinades, salad dressing, or baking, and it also makes a great carrier oil base for your favorite DIY hair and skin products.

 

About to Product

Region: Troia
Olive Variety: Edremit
Other: Extra Virgin, Early Harvest, Cold Press
Organoleptic: Fruity (3.7) and rather spicy flavor (4.5)
Acidity: 0,4%

Package

- 1x 17 fl oz Glass Bottle Olive Oil

Ingredients

The composition of olive oil varies with the cultivar, altitude, time of harvest, and extraction process. It consists mainly of oleic acid (up to 83%), with smaller amounts of other fatty acids including linoleic acid (up to 21%) and palmitic acid (up to 20%). Extra virgin olive oil is required to have no more than 0.8% free acidity and is considered to have favorable flavor characteristics.

How to use

Olive oil is an important cooking oil in countries surrounding the Mediterranean, and it forms one of the three staple food plants of Mediterranean cuisine, the other two being wheat (as in pasta, bread, and couscous) and the grape, used as a dessert fruit and for wine.

Extra virgin olive oil is mostly used as a salad dressing and as an ingredient in salad dressings. It is also used with foods to be eaten cold. If uncompromised by heat, the flavor is stronger. It also can be used for sautéing.

When extra virgin olive oil is heated above 210–216 °C (410–421 °F), depending on its free fatty acid content, the unrefined particles within the oil are burned. This leads to deteriorated taste. Refined olive oils are suited for deep frying because of the higher smoke point and milder flavour. Extra virgin oils have a smoke point around 180–215 °C (356–419 °F),[1] with higher-quality oils having a higher smoke point, whereas refined light olive oil has a smoke point up to 230 °C (446 °F).[1] It is a "popular myth" that high-quality extra virgin olive oil is a poor choice for cooking as its smoke point is above the temperatures required for most cooking (outside of high-temperature applications like deep frying, shallow frying, and searing), and has greater resistance to oxidation than most other cooking oils, as a result of its antioxidant and mono-unsaturated fat content.

Choosing a cold-pressed olive oil can be similar to selecting a wine. The flavor of these oils varies considerably and a particular oil may be more suited for a particular dish.

Fresh oil, as available in an oil-producing region, tastes noticeably different from the older oils available elsewhere. In time, oils deteriorate and become stale. One-year-old oil may be still pleasant to the taste, but it is less fragrant than fresh oil. After the first year, olive oil is more suitable for cooking than serving raw.

The taste of the olive oil is influenced by the varietals used to produce the oil and by the moment when the olives are harvested and ground (less ripe olives give more bitter and spicy flavors – riper olives give a sweeter sensation in the oil).

Shipping

It is delivered free of charge to your door with the fastest shipping option.

It is delivered within 1-2 business days on average.

Return policy

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  • Extra Virgin

    Extra virgin olive oil is required to have no more than 0.8% free acidity and is considered to have favorable flavor characteristics.

  • Cold Pressed

    Cold pressed olive oil is made when olives are pressed to produce oil without heat or additional chemicals.

    When cold-pressed, the olive fruit will stay below 50 C (or 122 F). At this temperature or below, the properties of the oil don't get damaged.

  • Hand Made

    It is produced by handmade with BRC certification controls from glass bottle to filling and packaging. A special product from a small-scale family business for olive oil friends.

  • Gourmet Gift Pack

    Luxurious gourmet olive oil flavor. Perfect gift for your Wife, Mom, Doctor or Teacher, New home, New job and celebrating special days.

We are two families in Troy

At the foot of Mount Ida, greeted by the Aegean Sea every morning, in one of the world's highest levels, in the land where the Asian and European winds meet, kissed by the hectic feet of the human beings over 5000 years.

Buran’s and Cetin’s, Troy Organics Families.