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Geraci Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Catalog Number: 10004 UPC Code: 8032584311021
Volume: 500 ml
Vendor: Olis
$21.95

Case price: $197.55 (12/case)
Save: $65.85

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BIG ROUND buttery texture, giant fruit taste, mellow with a final peppery kick. Intense aroma, smoky and spicy...my wife's favorite olive oil.

Thick with a buttery texture, this initially mellow olive oil delivers a peppery final kick and smoky, lingering aftertaste.

Intense olive aroma with hints of tomato and dry fruit, as well as arugola.

In the mouth, the oil demonstrates its own quality, typified in its initial fruity softness that opens slowly to a remarkable structure of tones that are definitively bitter.

At the end, the smoky and spicy savor is added and confirms the complexity of the oil.

The olives are harvested at the height of maturity, and the pressing obtained by a two-phased continual method.

The decantation is natural and the oil is preserved in stainless-steel silos.

500 ml, imported from Italy's Sicilia region

(Sicilian Extra Virgin Olive Oil)

Polyphenol Level:  319 mg/kg

5 starsOctober 04, 2012
by Victoria Hahn (Leoti, KS)
5 starsApril 04, 2012
by Stacey Dougal (Jacksonville, AL)
awesome
5 starsMarch 15, 2010
by Colby Coates (Pine Bush, NY)
a heavy, fruity oil, very full bodied, exactly the kind i like
4 starsJuly 30, 2009
by D R Toi (Newport News, VA)
5 starsMay 17, 2009
by Louis DiPasquale (Stroudsburg, PA)
good strong olive taste, great for salads and dipping
4 starsGreat Straight
January 04, 2009
by Anonymous
Geraci extra virgin olive oil has a buttery, grassy/arugula flavor with a slight pine nut bitterness and subtle fruitiness. It's still complex but a lot less bitter than other olive oils. It's great on bread, with cheese, and with raw foods. Cooking would probably destroy it's delicate taste.