This is extraordinarily flavorful oil, awarded by Los Angeles International extra virgin olive oil competition (2012) and Olive Japan International extra virgin olive oil competition (2013). This extra virgin olive oil is made from the famous Koroneiki olive and farmed without fertilizer, pesticides, or irrigation. The crop yield is small, but the result is an entirely natural olive with concentrated flavor and unsurpassed quality. Mani Terra uses traditional methods to stone grind and cold press its oil, retaining the nutrients, antioxidants, and aromatics that would be destroyed by modern extraction methods. It can be used in salads and cooking.
Flavor: Fruity with a touch of pepper at the end
Our basil olive oil is the result of maceration of fresh basil, picked in the height of the summer season to the best of its generosity, in extra virgin olive oil. Its intense flavor of freshly picked basil is ideal for seasoning with a tomato and mozzarella salad, goat cheese, pan-fried mullet or gazpacho.
That thyme, rosemary, lavender, marjoram… from Provence.There are so many! We have made a mixture to our taste, ideal for magnifying your grilled or simmered meats (beef, lamb, pork, poultry), for seasoning green and mixed salads.
Organic Toasted sesame oil from Mali.
This oil is produced from carefully selected Organic Sesame seeds. It is obtained by first mechanical cold pressing. This artisanal method is followed by filtration on paper ensuring low acidity and better preservation of aromas and nutrients.
Fresh, sweet and hot garlic, fresh thyme from Provence give this olive oil flavor and character. It reveals a large number of preparations such as grilled meats, leg of lamb, grilled vegetables, mashed potatoes, chanterelle omelette. You can also pour a few drops on a goat cheese or dip a piece of country bread as an aperitif.
It is infused with the famous Provencal lemon from Nice . The microclimate at this location on the French Riviera creates ideal conditions for the cultivation of this delicious fruit which appeared in the Bay of Nice in the middle of the 15th century. We use the macerated zest to obtain this delicate, fruity and very slightly bitter oil.