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Organic Primum Extra-Virgin Olive Oil

Organic Primum Extra-Virgin Olive Oil
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The best olives of the harvest are those collected within the first days, but those are generally reserved for direct consumption. These, however, are cold-pressed within 24 hours in order to produce an oil of outstanding quality.

An intense fruity aroma of apple and banana, a full body, the complete absence of bitterness and a slight spiciness make this particular oil stand out from its peers.

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These olives are picked only within the first 10 days of October. The result is high in polyphenol antioxidants (less than 0.15% acid) with an intense green color (characteristic of the first days of harvest). Furthermore, the product has an intense fruity aroma of apple and banana, a full body, and a slightly spicy flavor with no hint of bitterness.

PRIMUM is an unfiltered extra-virgin olive oil. It is bottled straight from the press with the traditional decanting method, so a light deposit may form at the bottom of the bottle.

Packaging: Dark glass bottles of 500 ml, limited edition of 2000 numbered bottles each year. 

Culinary uses:

For maximum enjoyment, we recommend using it straight from the bottle for hot or cold dishes. It is equally exquisite when used in the preparation dishes like fish or vegetables.

Nutritional value:

It has a remarkable composition which stands out for its high proportion of unsaturated  to saturated fatty acids, along with its very high oleic acid content of more than 75%, which very few olive oils attain. These qualities make this olive oil significantly less likely to go bad, with high nutritional and therapeutic values. And on top of all that, it's delicious, too!


The history of La Chinata begins in 1932, in the region of Sierra de Gata in the province of Caceres. At that time, oil was obtained in very basic olive mills. Nowadays, however, they have the most modern grinding and pressing systems, which are still purely mechanical but  extract a much bigger quantity with a clean and controlled method to ensure the quality of extra virgin olive oil.

Currently, La Chinata is a benchmark for the Gourmet market because of its commitment to the development of new products derived from extra virgin olive oil, to the innovation of new delicacies, and to exploring new market niches.

04/9/2014 Barbara. Un aceite de muy buena calidad, está buenisimo
03/20/2014 Chelo. Desde luego la calidad se paga, muy bueno
03/12/2014 BERTA. Es un aceite estupendo, y si lo regalas quedas fenomenal, porque es alta calidad y porque el envase es precioso
02/19/2014 pedro luis. Me parece un producto de alta calidad y con un sabor autentico,en menos de 24h tenia mi compra en casa, genial !!!
01/31/2014 Lucas B.. Spitzen Oliven Öl Einfach ein Spitzenprodukt. Man merkt halt, wenn s'teurer ist, ist es auch viel besser.
01/10/2014 Manu F5. oro oro A este aceite si que se le puede llamar oro liquido, es fantastico
12/30/2013 Krauss Peter. Ein anderes Niveau Dieses Olivenöl ist ein anderes Niveau. Erste Wahl. Im Salat unübertrefflich. Klasse Produkt. Empfehle es weiter.

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