Spanish Extra Virgin Olive Oil – Maintaining Healthy Skin

Awarded World’s Best Olive Oil award four consecutive years Venta Del Barón Extra Virgin Olive Oil is Made in Andalusia, Spain. A blend of premium Hojiblanca & Picuda olives.

Spanish Extra Virgin Olive Oil

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With Spain producing approximately half of the world’s olives, it comes as no surprise that the title of ‘World’s Best Olive Oil’ has been awarded to this Andalusian Extra Virgin Olive Oil for an impressive four consecutive years. Proffered in a beautiful glass bottle with a red wax seal, it contains a blend of highly regarded premium Hojiblanca and Picuda olives. The thick oil has a fragrant fruitiness which builds to a peppery spice on the tongue. You’ll want to savour the complex taste with good quality crusty bread.


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Venta del Barón is a unique Extra Virgin Olive Oil, it takes its name from the legend of the Baron of Santaella.

It comes from the Priego de Córdoba Designation of Origin, situated in the heart of Andalusia; it has a tiny area of cultivation, scarcely 30,000 hectares of hundred-year-old olives, partly inside the Sierras Subbéticas Natural Park. These distinctive characteristics, coupled with a unique microclimate, promise it produces olives of supremely high quality and distinctive character guarantees the oil they produce is worthy of international acclaim, as is the case for Venta del Barón.

The regulative board of the Priego de Córdoba Designation of Origin oversees the quality of the olive oils under their supervision and, particularly, the extra virgin olive oils, whose organoleptic attributes have led to this oil correctly being the standard-bearer for the ‘Mediterranean Diet.’

Andalusia:

The regulative board of the Priego de Córdoba Designation of Origin oversees the quality of the olive oils under their supervision and, particularly, the extra virgin olive oils, whose organoleptic attributes have led to this oil correctly being the standard-bearer for the ‘Mediterranean Diet.’

In the heart of the Sierra de Priego, groups of traditional olive pickers, pick an initial selection of the green olives by hand at the start of the season. The Hojiblanca and Picuda varieties drop onto the sheet beneath the olive tree, fallen branches and leaves are removed, they are then placed into specially designed boxes so that the weight of the olives doesn’t damage the fruit.

Harvesting Olives:

The olive pickers have a name for this called “peinar” (combing) and harvesting of the olives, a tradition that dates back almost 3,000 years.

The Almazara de Muela Olive Mill located in Priego de Córdoba is the destination for all the olive pickers. And so the pressing begins, it is carried out cold, reducing the extraction time and selecting only the best of all the oils, following the strict rules of the Priego de Córdoba Designation of Origin. This pressing is done just a few hours after the olives are picked (less than 10h), to help preserve all the aroma of the olives.

The end result is a dense and luminous oil which represents 10% of what could be extracted by other methods. It is this, the first juice of the virgin fruit, that gives the very best of all the oils. This is then left to ‘rest’ for a fortnight to decant using only gravity, and so become an authentic “Oleum ex Albis Ulivis” – olive oil made from green olives.

Delicious:

The taste of this olive oil brings you the intense fruitiness of green olive with a mix of grass, almond shells, banana and apple and subtle hints of tomato and artichoke.

The first taste you get in your mouth is sweet, followed by slightly bitter and spicy with a nutty aftertaste. All its tasting-olfaction attributes are very complex, balanced and harmonious.

The best aromatic complement for breakfast (with Rustic bread), aperitifs, salads and any dish to which it will bring its distinctive flavor.

What country does your favorite Extra Virgin Olive Oil come from? Do You prefer Extra Virgin Olive Oil over ordinary Olive Oil? Please leave any comments or questions below, and I will be happy to discuss them with you.

jo@yourskincarehelp.com

6 Replies to “Spanish Extra Virgin Olive Oil – Maintaining Healthy Skin”

  1. If you want all the benefits of olive oil and one of the best tasting oils then you need to try this one! Nothing compares to this award winning olive oil, my all time favourite, you won’t be disappointed.

    1. HI Lucia, I totally agree with you, this Olive Oil is simple amazing. I had a holiday in Spain recently and was introduced to this product and I am so grateful that I was, I would not buy any other Olive Oil now!

  2. Sounds like this Spanish Extra Virgin Olive Oil is worth trying, I started using olive oil a few years back when I got aches and pains and found a definite improvement, so it will be nice to try a new brand and see what different flavours it will add to my meals.

  3. Hi Jo, I would like to say it’s a pleasure reading your articles and always gain so much insight and good knowledge and advice from them. I started using Spanish Extra Virgin Olive Oil about 6 months ago and enjoy the flavour and smoothness it adds to my food. I have also noticed that my skin, hair and nails do not feel so dry, and put that down to the Olive Oil. I will be keeping this as part of my daily routine to my diet and skin regime 😉👍

  4. Venta Del Baron Extra Virgin Olive is without doubt one of the best olive oils on the market. It’s so smooth and delicate on any dish, worth trying for anyone who hasn’t had the pleasure yet 🙂

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