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Espelette Pepper Olive Oil 250 ML

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Espelette Pepper Olive Oil 250 ML

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The unique and potent taste of Espelette pepper, the signature indredient in Basque cuisine, comes into its own in this olive oil infusion. Simultaneously powerful and subtle, only 4g of pepper for every litre of olive oil is required to give the infusion a deep orange colour. It's the perfect accompaniment to all your Basque dishes: piperade, veal shoulder stew, chicken casserole. A L'Oliver company was built in the year 1822 by Monsieur Popelin, a Pharmacist who set a shop devoted to olive oil and it has an amazing history of how it started. It was already predicted by Monsieur Popelin in the year 1822 and soon the oil was famous and accepted for those who adored the Meditterean way of life. The company was also rewarded with two silver medals at the Worlds Fairs of 1867 and 1869. Having passed through Popelin in the year 2014 a family company the Bailly group/ A L'Olivier now boosts of sixty, spread over its three sites in Franc. The Company's olive oils, vinegar, and other specialties are selected in the provencal workshops near France are prepared and bottled. A few kilometers in the west of France their mill makes delicious nut and seed oils using traditional artisanal methods.
Composition
Origin
France
Temperature
Dry
Certification
No Certification
Capacity
250ML
Flavour
Espelette Pepper
Packing
Jar
Packing
Pc

About A L’Olivier

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The story of L'Olivier begins in 1822 in Marais, Central Paris when Monsieur Popelin opened a stall to sell olive oil.A LOlivier's basil, wild garlic, citrus fruits, truffles or spices are naturally pickled & harvested from their partner farms and processed in their own factories, this makes their aromatic olive oil & flavoured vinegars to its excellent quality.They quickly gained a reputation for its outstanding quality by winning two medals at the 1867 and 1889 Universal Expositions, becoming a specialist in premium oils.

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