Iliada Extra Virgin Olive Oil 3 Litre Tin

December 9, 2015 - Comment

Produced from Koroneiki olives grown in the Kalamata region of southern Greece. Distinct grassy-green in color, with a robust herbaceous flavour which builds in the mouth to leave a pleasant peppery aftertaste. Product Features Extra virgin olive oil PDO status (Protected Designation of Origin) – covers agricultural products and foodstuffs which are produced, processed and

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Produced from Koroneiki olives grown in the Kalamata region of southern Greece. Distinct grassy-green in color, with a robust herbaceous flavour which builds in the mouth to leave a pleasant peppery aftertaste.

Product Features

  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • PDO status (Protected Designation of Origin) – covers agricultural products and foodstuffs which are produced, processed and prepared in a given geographical area using recognised know-how
  • Fruity, sweet and light
  • Ideal for salad dressings

Comments

red0209 says:

Optimum olive oil Having watched the odd TV documentary about food, and in particular olive oil, it would seem that the veracity of olive oil can often be questionable. There have even been books written about the murky world of olive oil production ( for example). Even expensive olive oil bought in supermarkets can often apparently be of dubious purity. This Iliada olive oil from the Kalamata region of Greece has PDO status so you would certainly hope that it is genuine. Kalamata olive oil certainly has a good reputation, and the taste of this particular oil is certainly different from most others that I have sampled in the past. I would call the taste sweet and almost nutty. This is very good news for me as when it comes to eating olives and consuming olive oil, the one thing that puts me off is when the olives or their oil taste bitter. You certainly could not accuse this…

Jessica says:

Lovely olive oil I’m not an expert on olive oil, but this is really nice. Pale colour, tasty, really nice smell. Have bought before, and will again.As well as cooking, it’s great for the skin. I use it to soothe sore or dry skin, and instead of shaving foam (sounds odd, but works really well – much less burn than foam or gel, and no nasty chemicals!).The tin seems a bit excessive as packaging, but I’ll pull the spout out, wash it and take it to the metal recycling when it’s finished. Talking of the spout, it’s not the easiest. Very gluggy and hard to control when it’s full, but you kinda get the hang of it.

Anne Royal says:

Smooth but pricey My fault entirely, as I’d previously ordered a much bigger tin for the same money, but this is more expensive than other Greek olive oils stocked by Amazon. It does have a nice, smooth flavour, but to my palette it wasn’t worth the extra cost.

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