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  • Montes de Granada olive oil.

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    … (Andalusia) The traditional olive-growing area of the province of Granada, recognised as such since Arab times, produces excellent oils which are very aromatic, slightly bitter and with high levels of oleic acid, an essential nutrient for any balanced diet. Extra virgin olive oil, obtained from oliv…

  • Montes de Toledo Olive Oil.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Castile-La Mancha) The olive trees in these area, which produce high quality oil, have been cultivated since Roman times and, especially, under Arab rule. Extra Virgin Olive Oil, also called Navalmorales Oil, comes from the Cornicabra variety of olive, which constitutes nearly 100% of the cultivate…

  • Sierra de Cádiz olive oil.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Andalusia) The area of the Sierra de Cádiz produces an excellent virgin olive oil, whose quality recently won it the classification of a Protected Designation of Origin. Extra virgin olive oil, obtained from the olive or fruit of the olive tree, of the varieties Lechin (50% of the olives grown) and…

  • Priego de Córdoba olive oil.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Andalusia) The oil from Bética, in the southeast of the province of Córdoba, where Priego lies, was already a source of wealth in the time of the Romans. Extra virgin olive oil, obtained from the olive or fruit of the olive tree, of the Picuda variety and, to a lesser degree, Hojiblanca and Picual.…

  • Sierra de Cazorla olive oil.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Andalusia) The Sierra de Cazorla Designation of Origin covers extra virgin olive oils obtained mostly from the Picual variety and also Royal. It is extra virgin olive oil, obtained from the olive or fruit of the olive tree, of the Picuda variety (94%) and, to a lesser degree, Royal (6%). It comes f…

  • Sierra Mágina olive oil.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Andalusia) Delicious olive oil from the province of Jaén, with low initial acidity and high tocopherol and polyphenol contents. It is Extra Virgin Olive Oil, obtained exclusively from olives of the Picual variety. It is made in the olive-producing county of the Sierra Mágina Natural Park, in the so…

  • Monterrubio Olive Oil.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Extremadura) The Monterrubio olive groves are relatively new, but the high quality of the oil they produce is an essential reference for olive production in Extremadura. It is Extra Virgin Olive Oil, obtained from the olive of the Cornezuelo and Picual or Jabata varieties. It is produced in the nat…

  • Sierra de Segura olive oil.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Andalusia) Oil that is very resistent to going off, fruity and with excellent sensory qualities in terms of its taste, smell and colour, protected under the umbrella of the Designation. Extra virgin olive oil, obtained above all from the Picual olive, although there is also something of Royal, Verd…

  • Siurana Olive Oil.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Catalonia) Olive Oil has been cultivated and exported since the period of Roman domination. Nowadays, the Denomination protects extra virgin oils with acidity of less than 0.5%. Extra Virgin Olive Oil obtained from the Arbequina olive, primarily, and from the Royal and Morrut varieties to a lesser …

  • Purple Garlic from Las Pedroñeras.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Castile-La Mancha) Garlic is one of the main condiments used in the cuisine of this country. The county of Las Pedroñeras is one of the main areas for producing garlic, which is of high quality. Originally from the East, it has been grown for more than 4,000 years and, as with the onion, many curat…

  • Benicarló artichokes.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Valencia) The artichokes grown in Benicarló are very famous because of their excellent quality, not just in our market but also in neighbouring countries like France, Italy and even Great Britain. Because of this, in 1998 the Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Ministry of the Valencian regional govern…

  • Olives from Campo Real.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Madrid) The Olives from Campo Real undergo a unique production process and a later home-style dressing process with natural ingredients, that differentiate them from other types. They belong to the Manzanilla de Campo Real and the Cacereña de Extremadura varieties, whose characteristics include: ro…

  • Madrid virgin olive oil.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Madrid) Olive trees have been grown in the Community of Madrid since time immemorial. Nowadays, the oil obtained is of an extraordinary quality, with a unique flavour and aroma. Extra virgin olive oil obtained almost exclusively from olives or fruits of the olive tree of the Cornicabra variety. It …

  • Terra Alta olive oil.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Catalonia) The high quality of Terra Alta oil has recently been deservedly recognised with the protection of a Protected Designation of Origin. This is the Extra Virgin Olive Oil obtained from the olive or fruit of the olive tree mainly of the Empeltre variety and, to a lesser extent, the Morrut an…

  • Artichokes.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (La Rioja) Originally from Mediterranean Europe, artichokes are long-stemmed vegetables with spiny leaves shaped like pineapples. The edible part is formed by the heart of the flower. This vegetable has different characteristics depending on the variety involved: Brittany: thick, round and heavy; La…

  • Tudela Artichokes.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Navarre) The presence of artichokes in Navarre is very ancient. Their quality is exceptional. The Tudela artichoke Geographical Protection Mark covers only the Extra and First categories belonging to the native white variety. This variety has a circular hole in the top and is rounder than others. O…

  • Alajú.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Castile-La Mancha) "Alajú" is a sweet with a very ancient tradition that began to be made during the period of Arab domination. It is made of a paste of honey cooked with almonds, walnuts or pine nuts, toasted breadcrumbs and spices like cinnamon, clove or caraway. The mixture is placed between two…

  • Chinchón White Garlic.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Madrid) Garlic production in the Madrid village of Chinchón dates from the 18th century. The so-called White Garlic belongs to the Chichón, Prieto and Regular white variety. It has a slimmer head and a longer, finer clove than other species. It has an intense aroma and, because of this, a smaller q…

  • Aubergine from Almagro.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Castile-La Mancha) The delicious dressed Aubergine from Almagro, of the Solarum melongena variety, was originally part of the Arabic cuisine, which introduced this creation practice to the Campo de Calatrava area, where it has been maintained ever since. The characteristic dressing for the aubergin…

  • Albacore tuna and blue-fin tuna.

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    … (Basque Country) Eaten fresh or preserved, the albacore tuna and blue-fin tuna have always been highly prized by the Basque people and linked to fishing since time immemorial. The albacore or white tuna (thunnus alalunga) and the blue-fin or red tuna (thunnus thynnus) are two of the best established…

  • Anchovies.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Cantabria) The anchovy, Engraluis encrasicholus, is one of the most popular fishes in the gastronomy of this country, especially in the provinces on the Bay of Biscay. A large number of processing industries have developed where the anchovy was the star product. 'Boquerón anchoa' and 'bocarte' in C…

  • "Bollo Maimón".

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Castile-Leon) Also called 'Salamanca wedding cakes' or 'marriage sweets" because of their association with traditional Salamancan weddings, the "bollo Maimón" is a home-made cake with an ancient tradition.. Since the Spanish Golden Age, the presence of this cake has been common at celebrations and …

  • Aubergine.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Balearic Islands) Originally from India and introduced into Spain by the Arabs, it is grown above all in the Mediterranean. The aubergine is a fleshy fruit, round or cylindrical in shape, whose colour ranges between green, purple, violet and dark jasper. It is partially covered by the light green c…

  • Bizcochá.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Castile-La Mancha) Many sweets are made in the community of La Mancha. Although marzipan from Toledo is the best known, there is a wide range of confectionery products, such as bizcochá (cake soaked in milk with cinnamon in vanilla) which is a very typical dessert from Alcázar de San Juan and its c…


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