Olive Variety: Manzanilla Pitted Olives
Curing Method: Conventional
Origin: Typical of Seville, Andalusia
Time of Harvest: September / October
Description: Manzanilla gets its name little apple due to its round spherical shape. Manzanilla is high in oil content making it very pleasant on the palate as well as containing all the nutritional elements of top-quality olive oil. It also favors digestion due to its low content in saturated fat.
Serving Recommendations: Manzanilla olives are known for their delicate flavor making them extremely popular for use in your favorite martini.
For three generations the Arnaud family has been curing and selling traditional Provencal olives in the small town of Fontvieille-en-Provence, France. These green olives are cured for several months in gros sel, course sea salt. The olives macerate in their own juice, retaining a simple fruity olive flavor. They are then seasoned with sunflower oil and aromatic herbs grown in the countryside of Provence. These olives are among the most delicious in the world.
Alfonso olives are oval, purplish olives grown in Chile. They are firm in texture and have a slightly sour taste. Krinos alfonso olives are marinated in a vinegar brine enhanced by a touch of olive oil. Krinos olives are better tasting because they are always 100% naturally cured.
For three generations the Arnaud family has been curing and selling traditional Provencal olives in the small town of Fontvieille-en-Provence, France. These olives are cured for several months in a simple sea salt brine. Nothing else is added, leaving each olive with simple, fruity olive flavor. Our olives are among the most delicious in the world. These fresh, unpasteurized olives are slightly saltier than olives in tins. They have a bright, natural color of the fresh fruit, with a firm, crunchy bite, and bold fresh olive flavor.