Pitted and preserved in their extra virgin olive oil, the small Taggiasca olives are particularly tender and melting, almost candied in its oil in their oil.
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"Cousin" of the olive from Nice, this small olive grows on hillsides Maritimes Alps into northern Italy. It is harvested in the winter between November and March. it is sweet, soft and fruity, considered one of the best olives in the world. The peculiarity of the soil, sunshine and the fact that it is harvested later which gives it a different fruity flavor.
It contains fresh almond and artichoke notes, followed by slightly spicy ones.
When you first taste the pitted olive Taggiasca, you can not live without it !
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