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Extra Virgin Olive Oil Manzanilla by Casas de Hualdo

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The extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) Manzanilla by Casas de Hualdo is a fragrant Spanish olive oil, silky and with intense fruitiness. Its mild aroma with herbal notes and a slight hint of sweetness makes it ideal for those who prefer olive oil with a milder and balanced flavor. 

The premium Spanish EVOO comes from Manzanilla olives, which are highly prized for their smoothness and delicacy in flavor.

The production process of this olive oil is carried out to preserve all its properties: from harvesting the olives to extracting the oil, a maximum of 6 hours elapses. Additionally, it is a cold-extracted EVOO.

 

How to use this olive oil?

We use it in salads, dressings, marinades, and for cooking over medium or low heat, as its delicate flavor profile can be lost in very intense preparations or with high temperatures.


Tasting notes

Very fragrant with hints of Olive Tree Leaf, Tomato Plant, Green Grass, Endive, Truffle, Banana Peel, Spinach.

  • Variety: Manzanilla olives
  • Origin: Product of Spain. Toledo, Spain
  • Size: 250 ml/8.5 oz

 

Store in a cool, dry place.

From Toledo, Spain

Casas de Hualdo is an ambitious agricultural and livestock project that began in the late 1980s. It initiated a progressive transformation of the property, evolving into what is now Finca Hualdo, a mosaic of various crops and natural wealth covering nearly 4000 hectares of land in El Carpio de Tajo (Toledo), along the course of the Tagus River. Among its lands graze a breed of Manchega sheep, while crops such as pistachios, alfalfa, peas, and barley complement the view of the 685 hectares of olive groves.

Promoting biodiversity and managing its natural heritage are core values of the brand. Casas de Hualdo has made a firm commitment to clean energy by installing one of Spain's largest solar plants for photovoltaic solar pumping to irrigate its crops.

The mill, constructed in 2009, was recognized as the best oil mill in Spain by AEMO in 2012. Integrated within the olive grove, it ensures olives are milled within 6 hours from the time they are picked. Functional, modern, and equipped with advanced technology, the mill also features a system for recovering olive stones and reusing them as a clean and sustainable heating source in the facilities. 

Picual Olive Oil

Bitterness: high

Spiciness: medium

Use: suitable for high-temperature cooking, although it can also be used for long stews or as a preservative for sausages, meats, cheeses, and canned goods in general.

recommended for individuals with high cholesterol as it reduces LDL (bad) cholesterol and increases HDL (good) cholesterol due to its high content of oleic acid. This oil has a robust flavor profile, so individuals who are not accustomed to such flavors may experience some resistance.

 

Arbequina Olive Oil

Bitterness: light

Spiciness: light

Use: it can be used for toast, salads, fish, seafood, desserts (as a substitute for butter)

it is the most recommended variety for individuals who are not accustomed to consuming extra virgin olive oil.

 

Manzanilla Olive Oil

Bitterness: light

Spiciness: light

Use: ideal for frying and for preparing hearty fish recipes like cod. It is also highly recommended for consumption raw, to dress salads, or as part of a good breakfast.

Recommended variety for individuals who are not accustomed to consuming extra virgin olive oil.

 

Hojiblanca Olive Oil

Bitterness: light

Spiciness: medium

Use: salad dressing, cod fish, tuna, or other salted fish stews. Ideal fot tomato toast with Jamon Iberico.

suitable for both experienced palates and those new to olive oil.

 

Morisca Olive Oil

Bitterness: light

Spiciness: light

Use: salad dressing, cod fish, tuna, or other salted fish stews. Ideal for tomato toast with Jamon Iberico.

recommended variety for individuals who are not accustomed to consuming extra virgin olive oil.

 

Cornicabra Olive Oil

Bitterness: medium

Spiciness: high

Use: enhance the flavor of roasted meats and fish, healthy recipes and toasts.

Recommendation: this oil has a robust flavor profile, so individuals who are not accustomed to such flavors may experience some resistance.

 

Coupage Olive Oil

While the various types of olive oil mentioned earlier are obtained from a single type of olive, this variety is achieved by blending different olive varieties during the milling or extraction phase.

An Extra Virgin Olive Oil Coupage widely accepted is the one formed by the picual and arbequina varieties since it represents the perfect combination, achieving a blend of flavors that would be impossible to obtain separately.

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emanuel gomes
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I had never seen Manzanilla olive oil before, so I decided to try it. Very delicious and with a very smooth flavor, ideal for toast.