Perfection, intensity and a flavor you will not forget served at your table
Western Liguria, in the province of Imperia, is the place where the Taggiasca olive is grown. The name comes from the place where the monks of St. Colombano took this unique variety: Taggia. The small size hides a flavor you won't forget.
Olive variety Taggiasca
This is the main olive variety in the region of Imperia (Liguria, Italy). The olives and olive oil produced there are of the finest quality. The excellent flavor and the dark brown color define this olive variety..
Tasting Notes Taggiasca Olives
Dark brown, intense violet, greenish black.
Firm, neither fibrous nor grainy.
Aroma and Flavor
The balance between bitter and spicy remains on your palate, where you will feel the mastery in these black olives.
How are Olives Taggiasca made?
To create this delicious combination, we mix oregano and thyme leaves with Extra Virgin Olive Oil. These succulent ingredients result in a balanced blend when added to Kalamata olives.
Savor this creation which stands out for its meatiness, slight sweetness, almond shape and dark purple color.