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The oil inside this bottle is a "DOP Monte Etna" extra virgin olive oil from "Nocellara" type olives.
The bottle re-proposes one of the most famous "symbols" of Sicily, the Moor's head, offering a unique creation of craftsmanship together with one of the most characteristic Sicilian oils: the "DOP Monte Etna" extra virgin olive oil.
The legend of the "Moor's head" dates back to the 11th century, at the time of the invasion of Sicily by the Muslims, called "Moors".
The bottle, containing extra virgin olive oil, is made of white painted glass and consists of two faces, one showing a female face and the other a male one.
This extra virgin olive oil is part of the Premium line of Romano Vincenzo oil mill, based in Bronte, in the province of Catania.
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Variety of olives: Nocellara dell’Etna.
Production area: slopes of Etna.
Altitude of the olive groves: 600-800 meters above sea level.
Free acidity% of oleic acid: from 0.10 to 0.40.
Harvesting method: manual.
Ripening state at harvest: at veraison.
Extraction system: continuous two-phase within the same day of harvest.
To the eye: Sheer opalescent with intense green shades.
On the nose: medium fruity with a sensation of freshly mown grass.
Taste: bitter spicy with tomato aftertaste.
Pairings: this extra virgin olive oil is appreciated raw and to season legumes and roasts