Extra Virgin Olive Oil with Chili.
Olive oil with chili Superior Quality, created by those who are always looking for the best refined by Steiraöl with Habanero Chili !!!Really hot!!!
We offer you directly from the Greek farmers Greek extra virgin olive oil and refined by Steiraöl using Habanero chili. For all who like it !!! HOT !!!.
First grade, obtained directly from olives exclusively by mechanical means. Only harvest-fresh selected chili peppers and Koroneiki olive oil are carefully processed together in the oil mill Steiraöl.
With no added flavoring, this high quality oil is perfect for pizza, pasta, and risotto. It gives your dishes a wonderful chili note. Almost a MUST in every kitchen.
This particular content is obtained with passion, from olives of Koroneiki olive trees. The Koroneiki thrive splendidly in the sea wind of the sunlit slopes Kastro-Kyllinis Peloponnese. This special vintage oil is regularly inspected by independent inspection bodies and is ideal for fish and seafood as well as for roasting and baking.
The Koroneiki Olive – The gold of the south of Taste of Koroni. The olive variety Koroneiki Olive has its origins in the area of Koroni in the south of the Peloponnese. Even the ancient Greeks loved the oil that they could get from the olive variety Koroneiki Olive. The ancient harvesting methods have remained almost unchanged until today. Koroneiki olives from which extra virgin olive oil is made, love barren and calcareous soils. The microclimate has a decisive influence on the quality of olive oil. The olive tree Koroneiki, on which the olive variety Koroneiki Olive grows, are small, gnarled trees and typical of the mountainous landscape of the southern Peloponnese and their sometimes very steep slopes. This olive probably owes its name to the place Koroni. “Taste of Koroni” also owns its olive groves and produces its natural olive oil. The Koroneiki Olive is considered a very slow-growing and resilient olive variety. The tree flowers in March, tolerates large temperature differences and prefers calcareous soils. The fruits are small, oval, firm and have a size of 12 – 15 mm. They have a very high oil content and a high polyphenol content. (429mg / kg vintage 2018)
Only recently, researchers in the Koroneiki Olive discovered the substances Oleocanthal and Oleacein. This article was published by the American Chemical Society in the scientific journal, the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.
The Koroneiki olives bloom about in March. The winds at this season support the pollination of the olive trees. The high-quality olive oil of the Koroneiki Olive is highly coveted among gourmets. Some even refer to it as the “best olive oil in the world”. It shimmers gold-green and has an intense, soft and fruity taste with a slight sharpness. The rating differs depending on the growing area and cultivation method. The olive grower also determines the flavor nuances of his oil from the olive variety Koroneiki Olive at the time of harvesting. If the olives are harvested green and in the ripe state, the olive oil becomes strong with a bitter note. The bitterness is considered an important quality feature. The more mature the olives are at harvest and the more of them have already acquired their purple color, the milder and more balanced the oil becomes.
Average nutritional value per 100 ml:
Calories 3763 kj / 899 kcal.
Total fat 100g.
Saturated fats 14g.
Monounsaturated fats 80g.
Polyunsaturated fats 6g.
Protein, carbohydrates, sugars and salts 0,0g.
For the used Chili Habaneros the following information:
Because the name “Habanero” means something like “coming from Havana”, it is often mistakenly assumed that the Habaneros come from Cuba. There they were traded earlier. However, recent research suggests that the actual source is the Yucatán peninsula. After their discovery by the Europeans, the Habanero was quickly spread across the globe, so that 18th-century taxonomists falsely assumed that their origin was China and they called capsicum chinense.
Habaneros are grown mainly on the Yucatán peninsula. There are mainly orange and yellow habaneros. The red variants are mostly from the Caribbean. Other producers include Belize, Panama and Costa Rica, as well as the states of Texas, Idaho and California in the United States.
The plant grows up to 120 cm high. The fruits are 2.5-6 cm long and about 2.5 cm wide. Typical are the broad compared to other Capsicum species leaves and the mostly greenish, small flowers. Depending on the habaneros the first green fruits will turn yellow, orange, red or even brown.
This natural product is subject to natural fluctuations, any sediment or turbidity is natural and normal.
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