Extra Virgin Olive oil from Azada — a spanish pleasure!
This Spanish olive oil is a real quality goods. Since it is extra virgin olive oil, it is firstly, rich in many important ingredients and secondly subjected to thorough quality controls. The olives from which the oil is made, are laboriously harvested by hand and then proceed in the company's own Oil mill of Azada.
The olive oil of Azada is a real speciality:
The extra virgin organic olive oil from fruity Arbequina olives is pressed in the Azada company's own mill in cold extraction. This process creates an incredibly natural taste, which is based on the fact that most of the unsaturated fatty acids, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, which are abundant in the olives, are retained in the oil. In this way, a pure, aromatic olive oil is obtained that is completely free of aromas and additives. As this full-bodied olive oil is an extra virgin oil, it is of course subject to strict quality controls. These tests relate mainly to the production process of the oil and the olives used. The Arbequina olives are cultivated in Catalonia (a northern region of Spain) according to certified organic farming methods. The region offers the olive trees the perfect climatic conditions. The olives enjoy months of sunshine until they have developed their essential oils in November and are therefore ripe for harvest.
The ripe olives are harvested every year by the local farmers in laborious manual work. Every single one of them brings his harvest to the company's own oil mill in Azada, where it is then processed into the truly delicious olive oil.
This way you can use the extra virgin olive oil:
Azada's extra virgin olive oil will bring an authentic taste to your plate, just like on holiday. You can use it to prepare almost anything you want to give a Mediterranean touch. The oil is especially suitable for fish, vegetables and salads. However, the possible uses are of course much more varied. For example, the fruity olive oil fits wonderfully in a pizza dough or on bread as bruschetta. Since it is a cold-pressed oil, you should not heat it up, for example for frying. The reason for this is quickly explained: Due to the gentle production process of olive oil is tasty and healthy, but unfortunately not heat-resistant - it starts smoking earlier. In addition, if the temperature is too high, harmful substances can also be formed. We have summarised the above-mentioned possible uses for the delicious extra virgin olive oil from Azada:
- Pizza dough
The oil convinces through organic quality!
The manufacturer Azada does not use any chemical agents, such as pesticides, on its fields. The olive trees and thus the sought-after fruits are purely natural. This philosophy continues in the further processing of the oil. Azada uses neither preservatives nor artificial flavourings in its oils. This fantastic oil is 100% natural!
The Pepperworld conclusion is
This Spanish cold-pressed olive oil is a real specialty. The olives are harvested by hand and then cold pressed in the company's own oil mill. The gentle production process not only ensures the fruity taste, but also that many important ingredients, such as unsaturated fatty acids, remain in the oil. Logically, this results in a purely natural oil without artificial additives. In terms of taste, this extra virgin olive oil from Azada goes well with fish, vegetables, salads and bread, for example. .
- Eco control number
- Country of origin
- H. Mallafré S.L., Avenida Montbrió 21, 43330 Riudons, Spanien
- Best before
- Minimum shelf life: 24 months
- Nutritional information
- Contains negligible quantities: Carbohydrates, sugar, protein, salt.
- Calorific value: 3,700 kJ/ 900 kcal
- saturated fatty acids