Discover a new cuisine based on extra virgin olive oil
Olive oil, the gourmet element
Many might be aware of the health benefits coming from the extra virgin olive oil, but the elegance of this product makes it a gourmet element in your kitchen.
Extra virgin olive oil in your kitchen
Extra virgin olive oil of Arbequina variety
The Arbequina variety extra virgin olive oil is characterized by a moderate fruity taste in harmony with a slight bitterness and a mild spicy touch. Notes of green tomato, apple and even banana can be perceived. These features mean that Arbequina oil can have all kinds of uses in the kitchen, for instance:
- When raw, it’s essential to use it in salads, and to garnish all kinds of cheeses.
- When used as a final seasoning in pasta, meat, fish or vegetables, it helps to enhance the flavours of these dishes.
- In soups, creams and purees, it can be used both during their preparation and to garnish.
- Due to its balanced flavour, it can be used in the preparation of marinades and sauces.
- Since it holds its properties even at high temperatures, it’s perfect for frying and sautéing food.
- In baking, the Arbequina variety olive oil is a perfect substitute for butter.
- It can also be used for: doughs, breads, empanadas, rice, preservation methods, pickling brines, etc.
Treurer in your house
Box of 6 bottles of Treurer extra virgin olive oil
Box of 6 units. 500ml.
Treurer extra virgin olive oil is an oil from the Arbequina variety of olives, balanced, with moderate fruity, slightly spicy as well as bitter.
We want you to stay young and healthy. That is why we offer you a € 20 shipping per order, regardless the amount of boxes and their destination (only applicable in Europe).
The olive oil tasting
This is the moment where the oil must put its organoleptic properties to the test. The tasting process determines when our oil becomes extra virgin olive oil.
The rite of tasting
Joan Miralles and Miquel Miralles, owners – Pere Miralles, agronomist engineer
The correct preservation of extra virgin olive oil
Extra virgin olive oil, like all fats, must be stored in adequate conditions for its preservation. For this, it’s necessary to maintain its thermal stability, i.e. it’s essential to keep it away from the stove, as well as to keep it in a place with average temperatures without oscillations.
Many of the oils you’ll find, like ours, are bottled in opaque containers. This is precisely to avoid the light damaging the product by subjecting it to chemical changes that we don’t want to happen.
Keeping it in an airtight container that doesn’t allow contact with air is also essential to avoid oxidation.
Finally, check the best before date because, although they tend to last long periods of time, oil, like almost all natural products, slowly loses its properties.
The olive oil culture
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