Italian Leccino Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Style:  Medium

This unique Italian oil is mild up front with a green flavor, moving to a small amount of bitterness and then a spicy, long lasting pepper finish. This is a great finishing oil or perfect for dipping bread and salads. Pairs well with any of our Balsamic Vinegars and Wine Vinegars.

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  • 375ml
  • 750ml

$16.00

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Origin:  Italy

Fruitiness:  Basil, Fresh Herb, Tomatoes, Banana, Butter, Artichoke

Pepper/Heat:  Score out of 5:   2.00     White Pepper

Complexity:  Score out of 5:    2.45

Culinary Uses:  Salads, Sauces, Bread, Pasta, Vegetables, Marinade, Soups

Ingredients:  Oil from olives

Nutrition:  1 T. = 120 calories, 9 grams fat

This oil is characteristic of the popular Leccino olives.  Fruity, green hints of slightly bitter aftertaste.  Traditional flavor for everyday use.

Grade 
Mark R
07/16/2015

Excellent and Versatile

This is my go to olive oil. It starts as a nice green and builds with peppery, spicy notes on the back. I use this for dressings, sautéing and coating roast meats.

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Italian Leccino Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Italian Leccino Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Style:  Medium

This unique Italian oil is mild up front with a green flavor, moving to a small amount of bitterness and then a spicy, long lasting pepper finish. This is a great finishing oil or perfect for dipping bread and salads. Pairs well with any of our Balsamic Vinegars and Wine Vinegars.

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