From the Halkidiki Peninsula near Mt. Athos in Greece, these olives have a fresh herbal aroma, meaty texture and smooth buttery finish. A versatile ingredient for the Greek pantry.
Medium-sized and round, they are harvested in September before their natural ripening so the olive boasts a beautiful bright green color and crisp pulp. Their buttery taste balances between sweet and salty making them wildly popular in salad bars.
Like its green and black counterparts, who are certainly the same olive, the Red Bella is grown in Puglia, Italy. The curing process is what makes this delicious olive stand apart with its red, red hue. Due to its mild flavor, the Bella di Cerignola Olive is often considered a beginner olive. All certified (DOP) Bella di Cerignolas are grown within the Foggia province of Puglia, Italy.
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.