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  • Cazorla

    Cazorla may sound quite familiar to you if you are a football fan. Cazorla  is the surname of a Spanish football player (Santi) from Arsenal F.C in London.  But Cazorla is also a lovely…

  • Oleocanthal

    ‘Oleocanthal’ was an unknown word for me until I started to learn about the health benefits of Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Today it is more familiar to me, even more so after…

  • Olive Oil tasting session

    An Olive Oil tasting session is one of the best ways to learn how to assess the quality of an Extra Virgin Olive Oil, and to find out about its health benefits…

  • Olive Oil course

    Last week (Oct 2014) I attended an Olive Oil course as part of my training to become an Olive Oil Expert. This course was held in London and organised by the very…

  • Visiting an Olive Mill

    Visiting an olive mill is always an interesting experience. I would recommend for people who are passionate about olive oil or just for those who want to learn more about what we…

  • Savoury Mediterranean Cookies

    Here is my first recipe in this blog (I’m planning a series of recipes showing how to use EVOO or olives). In Savoury Mediterranean Cookies, I want to fuse good ingredients from…

  • Flos Olei 2015: all our mills are included

    We are delighted to say that all our mills have been recognised and recommended in the prestigious annual Italian Guide, Flos Olei 2015 . It was published last week (November 2015) Some of…

  • Olive Oil on tap: not permitted to be sold in the UK !

    A new regulation from the UK R.P.A (Rural Payments Agency) prohibits selling Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Olive Pomace Oil on tap in the UK from 13 December 2014. Have you ever seen…

  • Welcome to Extra Virgin Olive Oil lovers

    In this my first post, I would like to thank everybody who has contributed in any way to make my dream come true – starting my own company and setting up this…

  • Olive Oil tourism

    Olive Oil tourism  Would you like to see how olive oil is made, all the way from how the olives are picked, through  the milling process and finally into bottles? Would you…

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