Arberquina olives Bernal



The name comes from the village of Arbeca in the comarca of the Les Garrigues (Catalonia), where it was first introduced to Europe from the Ottoman Empire in the seventeenth century by the Duke of Medinaceli becoming one of the most widely planted cultivars in the world. Arbequina olives are rich and flavorful for their small size. Its texture is firm and meaty. Pair up Arbequina olives with goat cheese or feta, dried figs or pears, and almonds.



Jar 330 G.