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Its unquestionable beneficial, nutritional and culinary value has earned it a position amongst the most highly-prized oils. Something that transcends the delightful bouquet the sweetest– or perhaps the bitterest – of sensations may leave behind, but always with an indelible mark. Perhaps this is why it forms part of the Intangible Cultural World Heritage the Mediterranean diet has been acknowledged as.

Normally, it is elevated to the category of the most precious of metals, but its rank reaches beyond that: Extra Virgin Olive Oil is an emerald with a vocation as a diamond. The difference lies in the fact that you will never wear this jewel on any part of your body; rather it will form part of you, because natural olive juice, the result of a mechanical crushing process, retains all of its organoleptic and nutritional properties, and is a natural source of health-benefitting antioxidant substances. Because when something contributes to securing the greatest heritage of mankind – life – that something becomes excellence. And that is precisely the conclusion drawn by accredited scientific studies: Extra Virgin Olive Oil is proven to be a foodstuff which, at the same time as it acts as a preventative barrier to certain cardiovascular diseases, slows down the aging of cells due to its high content in antioxidant substances and polyphenols. It may not be the long-awaited elixir of life, but it does undoubtedly make a contribution.

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