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Extra Virgin Olive Oil Fruity Green Gourmet

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Ideal to spice up tartares, grilled meats and pesto

The harvesting of the olives at the beginning of the season gives it its taste of green fruit, powerful, ardent and long in mouth. Great care is taken to select and pick olives that are rather green, from which a fruity oil with clear accents of greenery will be extracted. Its smell will remind you of a freshly cut field. It is a perfect complement to tartars, raw vegetables, grilled meats and pesto. 

    About this product

    Characteristics and Ingredients


    Use: Perfect for pestos, tartars, or to enhance grilled meats!
    Smoke point: 410 °F / 210 °C
    Extraction: Cold extraction - Raw
    Origin: Spain
    Ingredients : Olives

    May contain: Walnuts, Hazelnuts, Sesame
    Certifications: Non-GMO
    Naturally gluten free

    Nutritional value


    Patiently Cold Extracted

    The taste, the color, the typicity and the benefits of our oils are preserved because we take the time and the means to cold extract the best of the oilseeds. The fruit of this long work is savored in each bottle!

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    To enhance any dish

    This oil is pressed from olives harvested at the very beginning of the season. With a long finish, a fruity taste and the aromas of freshly cut grass, this oil is perfect for your pestos, in your tartares, or to enhance your favourite grilled meats!

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    How we make it

    What is the extraction method used to make olive oil?


    The best extra virgin olive oils are made by cold extraction or cold pressing.

    The cold extraction involves the malaxing and centrigugation (spinning) of the olive paste so that the oil is extracted in the form of fine droplets agglutinant to each other in order to be harvested. The first cold pressed process uses a hydraulic press which crushes the scourtins (fibre disks) on which the olive paste is extended. It creates a pressure allowing the oil to be harvested.

    Both methods are done at cold temperature.

    Nowadays, cold extraction is preferred as a production method, as it is a process that allows a better control of the manufacturing parameters.

    Why "extra virgin"?


    We often see oils on which the term "extra virgin" is written but it is important to know that the use of the term extra virgin applies only to olive oil and can not be used on other oils.

    The term extra virgin is the subject of a standard developed by the International Olive Oil Council and designates the best quality of olive oil. Thus, extra virgin olive oil must have a free acidity level of less than 0.8% and comply with specific organoleptic quality criteria, including the absence of defects and the presence of positive attributes in balance (Peppery, Fruity and Bitter).


    How long can I keep my oils?


    Simply read the best before date on the bottle. Generally, an oil will keep for about 24 months after extraction. This will give you an idea of the freshness of the product.

    Should I keep my oils refrigerated?


    It is not necessary to keep all oils in the refrigerator. They can easily be kept in the pantry, away from heat and light. However, some oils must be refrigerated at all times, such as virgin flaxseed oil.

    Shipping and Returns

    How long does it take to ship products purchased from your online store?


    Orders placed on our online store are processed within an average of 3 business days, up to a maximum of 5 business days. We then proceed to shipping via Canada Post (expedited parcels).

    How much are the shipping fees?


    - Free shipping with any purchase of $69 or more for Quebec, Ontario and Atlantic Provinces

    - Free shipping with any $100 purchase or more for other Canadian Provinces and Territories

    - $10.00 for orders of $59.99 or less in Quebec, Ontario and the Atlantic Provinces

    - $12.00 for orders of $99.99 or less for the other provinces of Canada

    I received my order with a missing/damaged product, what should I do?


    If you receive your order with a missing or damaged product, please contact us by phone or email. The missing or damaged product can be replaced if you wish, and the shipping costs will be covered by Maison Orphée. If you do not wish to receive the missing product or if there is no more in stock, Maison Orphée will refund the purchase price of the product.

    Featured Review

    This oil is delicious in salads and sandwiches. No need for salad dressing or mayonnaise.

    Marie-Anne B.

    Salmorejo (cold tomato soup)

    This cold soup, originating from the Andalusia region of Spain, is made with sandwich bread, tomatoes and extra virgin olive oil. Olive oil plays a crucial role in the preparation of Salmorejo. It is the oil that gives it its smooth texture and infuses it with flavor. Our choice? The extra virgin olive oil tasting Fruity Green!

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    Beef Tartare Appetizers

    No-cook bites that are easy, but most of all HUGELY!

    As soon as Little Bleuette tasted our extra virgin olive oil Fruity Green, she knew it would be wonderful in tartar... and she was right!

    As she so eloquently puts it, "It's a little piece of happiness with every bite, perfect as an appetizer"

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