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AscolanaAdd to cart
Such a harmonious oil, recognizable for its intense fruity scent of ripe tomato and ripe apple. Dry curd cottage cheese or cottage cheese in the emulsion of honey and this oil or chocolate mousse with Ascolana topping are delicious desserts definitely worth trying. At the 2015 New York International Olive Oil Competition, it was bestowed the silver medal, while the international extra virgin olive oil contest Terra Olivo 2015 held in Israel honored it as the recipient of the Prestige Gold Award.
BusaAdd to cart
Clear, with pronouncedly green colour due to large quantities of chlorophyll and with traces of soft yellowish hues. Its aroma is dominated by notes of unripe fruit, apple, and chlorophyll. In the mouth, the first sensation is piquant, turning to bitter. In the end, there is the particularly strong taste of dried fruit. Monocultivar oil of buža has a balanced flavour that proved universally welcome both in food preparation and commercially. Its bitterness and piquancy are perfectly balanced, this being a feature that endows this oil with a more pleasant and less aggressive flavour. Its strong fruity aroma is a combination of two intense flavours: apple and olive fruit. It also has radicchio and artichoke aroma.
DrobnicaAdd to cart
Drobnica is an extra virgin olive oil derived from the same name of the olive variety that lives exclusively in the area of Vele Luke since ancient Roman times. The influence of the dry climate of the nearby island of Sušac, the settlement of Vela Luka, a small rocky land, are the ideal conditions for the success of this olive. In such crude conditions, the fruit of the olives is drogan (small). But nature has come back with a special oil, a specific taste, and aroma, which gives the peculiarity of all Mediterranean dishes, especially fish.
Extra Virgin Olive OilAdd to cart
Processing olives from our own groves using the cold pressing method yields extra virgin olive oil distinguished by its particularly high content of natural antioxidants. Ol Istria extra virgin olive oil blend of varieties has won a gold medal at a large international extra virgin olive oil contest – London IOOC 2016
Istrian BjelicaAdd to cart
Ol Istria Istrian Bjelica is a preferred olive oil obtained from the indigenous Istrian variety yielding a distinctive oil of a fresh scent of green olive fruit, very harmonious with balanced fruitiness, sweetness, bitterness and pronounced piquancy. The fruit of Istrian Bjelica is golden yellow when fully ripe. At the prestigious competition 13⁰ Concorso Oleario Internazionale Aipo d’Argento 2016 in Verona, competing against more than 280 best Italian and Mediterranean olive oils, Ol Istria Istrian Bjelica won the bronze medal in the medium fruitiness category.
LastovkaAdd to cart
Lastovka is an extra virgin olive oil obtained from the same name of the olive variety that had been produced in the area of Vela Luka several centuries ago. The oil obtained is superior, long lasting and persistent, dense and fragrant, ideal for use in Mediterranean cuisine, especially for vegetable dishes, which, along with Lastovo, become gourmet specialties. Lastovka is one of the most powerful and most complex and at the same time one of the most sophisticated and stable in the world of olive oils today, it is full of natural antioxidants (polyphenols) which are daily essential to the body. Enjoy the natural flavors of this top-quality sort of olive oil!