Aurinia Blend
Aurinia Blend

Aurinia Blend

Fattoria La Maliosa

£28.00

Aurinia Blend

Fattoria La Maliosa

Region Tuscany
Intensity
Medium
Pairings Soup, Salad/Raw Vegetables, Fish, Desserts 

 

Tuscany is the region of bruschettas, soups of legumes and vegetables, barbecued meat. This is an organic oil of great impact and excellent to give your dishes an unforgettable taste. 

You can enjoy it by closing your eyes and dreaming of Florence and the greenest hills of Italy.

Good olfactory complexity with strong vegetal hints of olive green. The olfactory notes return to the taste with a well-dosed finish of bitter and spicy. Remarkable harmony of smell and taste. Ideal on sweet trend soups such as chickpea and shrimp velvety or onion soup. Perfect for homemade mayonnaise. Suitable as a raw seasoning for fish such as tuna, sea bass, etc. or steamed fish. Ingredient that enhances the creation of cookies and pastries in general.

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