Hondroelia - a large, blush colored, midseason olive from Greece. This is considered a mid-season olive because it’s picked after it is no longer green and unripe, but before it is black and fully ripened. Because of that, the texture of this olive is a little on the firmer side but does have a little softness to it. This olive goes by two names: Hondroelia is the most common, but it may be called the Royal olive. Meaty and tart, it rests in a red wine vinegar brine. Fun fact: in Greece, it’s also called the “Olive for Heroes.”
Lou Pistou - a mix from the south of France that includes purple, black and green olives, cornichons, cocktail onions, and is loaded with lots of basil and garlic. Whether you enjoy them as an appetizer or a quick tapas, you'll have a new favorite!
Country Mix - a delicious variety of pitted olives, both green and black, crisp vegetables, carrots, peppers and cauliflower, and mildly spicy pepperoncini. This assortment is marinated in oil and spices which gives it a rich, delicious flavor, perfect for a side dish with some crusty bread and a bottle of wine.
And a little something extra...
Pico de Gallo - when you think of salsa, you think Pico. Pico de Gallo is a delicious blend of fresh chopped tomatoes, onions, cilantro, jalapenos and spices, all blended together to create a delightful and memorable taste explosion. Our Pico, made fresh, is fantastic with crispy, salty tortilla chips.