Produced from forest blacks;
Rich in vitamin C, antioxidants and minerals – especially iron;
Helps with exhaustion, anemia;
Helps regulate digestion due to high fiber content;
Helps lower blood pressure due to the high mineral content of potassium and low sodium mineral content;
Iron deficiency (a component of hemoglobin) slows oxygen transport to cells and as a consequence weakness, exhaustion and dizziness
Ol Istria Selection
Ol Istria Selection, extra virgin olive oil obtained by blending several great quality olive varieties will surely enchant you with its harmonious notes. Hand harvested and undamaged olives and our production process have combined to create this premium extra virgin olive oil that will meet the highest expectations of culinary experts and lovers of healthy dishes.
<p align=”justify”>The French olive variety Picholine is increasingly popular with olive growers and lovers of top quality olive oils due to its distinctive pleasant nutty aroma. Extra virgin olive oil Ol Istria Picholine won a gold medal at The New York International Olive Oil Competition in 2015, which proves that our Ol Istria extra virgin olive oils are among the best world’s olive oils.</p>
Sweet liquor obtained from ripe berry myrtle, Myrtus communis, plants brought from India, which in Greek and Roman mythology was a symbol of love, and in Christian symbolics means conversion to Christ. In folk medicine myrtle were treated for bladder disease and respiratory organs diseases. Served also for producing balm for wounds and sunscreen. It is used as a flavoring additive to sweet dishes and jellies. Serve chilled.
Dessert wine from variety Plavac Mali from selected vineyards in Sv. Nedjelja. Harvesting is done only then when the grapes ripen to 300-320 g of sugar/1000 g of must. Utilization of juice is very small, 7-8 kg of grapes for 1 liter of prosek. Processing is carried out as well as for white wine (without maceration). Prolonged fermentation in old barrique barrels, the rest of reduced sugar 80-130 g / l. Aromas of dried fruits: plums and figs. Sweet, intense and rich wine.
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