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Barbera Lorenzo N. 5 Monocultivar Nocellara Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Barbera Lorenzo N. 5 Monocultivar Nocellara Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil


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  • Lorenzo Nº5. Monocultivar Nocellara del Belice Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
  • Size: 17.9 fl Oz (500 ml)
  • Ingredients: organic extra virgin olive oil Nocellara del Belice variety.
  • Product of Italy
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Lorenzo line. Dedicated to three generations of the Barbera family, this product line represents the supreme synthesis of Manfredi Barbera e Figli's extra virgin olive oil production: the perfected sum of all the values that have always inspired the company, as well as the natural propensity for innovation and cutting-edge technology at the Custonaci mill.

Lorenzo Nº5 is a simply unique oil obtained after much intense research: the careful selection of a single olive variety (Nocellara del Belice), the extraction process that gently removes the stone from the olive without harming the pulp, then under careful observation, the pulp is pressed at very low temperatures using an Alfa-Laval mill.

The stone removal process eliminates the bitter component of the olive, thereby creating an intensely golden oil of noted creaminess with a delicately spiced aroma.

Cultivar: monocultivar Nocellara del Belice.

Altitude: hillside.

Extraction System: initial stone removal process, within 12 hours from harvesting, followed by continuous extraction of the olive pulp; then oil is allowed to settle and then decanted naturally.

Aroma: delicately spicy and floral.

Appearance:a highly dense oil, gold in color

Area of Origin: West Sicily.

Method of Harvest: harvested by hand.

Filtering Method: natural fiber filters.

Taste: soft flavour of olives with noted creaminess.

Recommendations for use: to perfect great dishes and in place of cream to amplify flavours. Perfect in pastry.

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