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For more than 40 years the owners of a small property in Larciano have been harvesting and processing their olives to produce excellent olive oil. We believe that this oil of outstanding quality and taste should be shared and made available to everyone. To increase the transparency of our supply chain we would like to share with you everything that we know about this extraordinary olive oil.
We present to you: OL – extra virgin olive oil.
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OL – comprising Frantoio, Lecchino, Moraiola and Arancino olives – is produced in a in the Montalbano region of Tuscany. The traditional way of growing, processing and harvesting the olives from a small 4 hectar grove culminates in the exceptional, intense and natural taste. Notes of green and fresh fruit reminiscent of freshly cut grass and herbs as wells as the slightly bitter and distinct hot, peppery note contribute to OL’s well rounded and delicate taste.
We are excited to present you a limited edition of hand-painted tablecloths in collaboration with Zoe Philine! You can get them either in white cotton with blue, green and yellow drawings, or in blue with white drawings. The size of the tablecloths is 1,50 x 2,50 m. Write us an email if you’d like to get your hands on a piece of this special collection! Bring the summer back into your house!
The OL – project intends to point out the enormous differences in quality of the category native extra and the difficult production conditions in the olive oil industry. Therefore we will produce one of the best extra virgin olive oils this year consisting exclusively of Tuscan olives. Furthermore we would like to support all farmers and producers that belong to the few farmers worldwide that still produce excellent olive oil und suffer from the high pressure of consumers that demand very low prices.
Our olive grove is located on a hill with little shade, thus exposing each tree to a high level of sunlight. Benefitting from nutrient-rich soil, regular rainfall and the care of experienced farmer Bartok, our olives grow in perfect conditions preparing them for the harvest in October.