SKU: 7897


As Pontis Olive Oil

500 ml bottle - Eljas, Spain

2023 Harvest

This Organic Spanish Olive Oil Rocks!

And a very special introductory price!

We love it so much that we want you to try it now! So this week only we are offering this Gold Award Medal winner 2015, with introductory pricing!

It's exciting to find an oil that, as soon as you pop-the-top, you know it has something special that makes it different than everyone else.

Like so many Spanish oils, this one has an ever glowing phosphorescent green color.

To the nose it smells like olives like all oil should. The first taste, a gentle taste, you can taste the olives. A second big swig and the olive oil zips by and the throat comes alive with a nice, spiky burn. You can take an oil like this and toss your favorite pasta and have a perfect meal! Or if you have a nice open celled bread and a little toss of sea salt and you have a savory treat!

Try this organic Spanish olive oil, and you will be glad you did!

About As Pontis Olive Oil:
As Pontis olive oil is a single varietal organic extra virgin olive oil obtained from the autochthonous Manzanilla Cacereña olives. Manzanilla Cacereña olives are cultivated exclusively on the region Sierra de Gata-Hurdes, north of Extremadura. The distinctive feature of this high quality EVOOs is owing, in no small part, to the careful treatment of Manzanilla Cacereña olives, being both very fruity and more resistant to olive oil oxidation - which keeps the acid/oxidation level very low.

As a result, As Pontis olive oil is a slightly sweet extra virgin olive oil with great balance between bitterness and pungency. It's characterized by its fruity intensity with remarkable banana, apple and freshly cut grass aromas, and its greenish-gold color.

For more information about olive oil and how to make sure you are buying a good one, ready our article, "The Inconvenient Truth About Extra Virgin Olive Oil" here.

Note about harvest dates: In the nothern hemisphere, olives are harvest and pressed between October and December.  Which means the current harvest is actually last year. So, for example, if we are in 2017, the current harvest year is 2016.