Extra Virgin Olive Oil | 1 L

  • Greek olive oil produced on the island of Lesbos
  • Distinctly fruity taste
  • Average spiciness and bitterness
  • Ideal for both savoury and sweet dishes
  • From the Kolovi olive variety
£12.00

incl. VAT plus shipping

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Everything at a glance Extra Virgin Olive Oil

In the mountainous groves of Aegean on the island of Lesbos, our extra virgin olive oil is made from hand-picked Kolovi olives.
Mountainous terrain and cultivation at an altitude of 600 metres allow access only on foot or by donkey. Thus, the olives are harvested gently by hand and additional help from mechanical picking equipment.

The Kolovi variety, native to the island, is aromatic fruity and has a soft texture, despite the high antioxidants and polyphenols of 210-300 mg/kg oil. The complex aromas of fresh herbs, grass and green tomato as well as the pronounced fruitiness of the olive round off the taste experience.

The pungency, bitterness and fruitiness of our oil are harmoniously balanced, making it a perfect accompaniment to any dish. Whether as a salad dressing, to drizzle on vegetables, as a dip or for cooking and baking - our olive oil can be used everywhere and gives your dish that certain something.

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 3387 / 822
Fat 91 g
   of which Saturates 11 g
Carbohydrate 0  g
   of which Sugars
Fibre
Protein
Salt

Order number OEL_013
Origin Greece
Content 1 l
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260335839331
Data sheet Specification
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Store in a cool, dry and dark place
Ingredients 100% Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Cross-contamination No allergens according to EU regulation 1169/2011
Sales name Extra virgin olive oil

The KoRo price chart Extra Virgin Olive Oil

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18.03.2020
Corona-Krise: Wechsel auf Alternativlieferanten, dadurch erhöhte Einstandspreise.
0,95€ / l

 +26,32%
1,20€ / l
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21.02.2020
Rundung: Änderung der Rundungssystematik
1,10€ / l

 -13,64%
0,95€ / l
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21.02.2020
Marge: Margenanpassung bei niedrigpreisigen Produkten
1,00€ / l

 +10,00%
1,10€ / l
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13.02.2020
Wettbewerb: Sortimentübergreifende Preisanpassung zur Steigerung der Wettbewerbsfähigkeit
12,00€ / l

 -91,67%
1,00€ / l
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04.09.2019
Neu im Sortiment
12,00€ / l
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Questions about questions Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Where do most of the olive oils come from?

Olive oil primarily comes from Spain, Italy and Greece.

May I fry with olive oil?

Olive oil can be used for frying. However, the smoke point should not be exceeded. With virgin olive oil it is only 160 degrees.

What does extra virgin olive oil mean?

With extra virgin olive oil, care is taken to ensure a gentle harvest. Perfect fruits should be used and processed immediately after harvesting. The acid content should not exceed 0.8%. In addition, there should be no mistakes.

How do I distinguish between good and bad olive oil?

Of course it's a matter of taste. However, good olive oil is rich in polyphenols. This manifests itself in a balanced mixture of pungency, bitterness and fruitiness. A good value starts at 300 mg/kg oil, it becomes health-promoting with 350 mg/kg. They can have an anti-inflammatory effect. Poor olive oil has many false aromas, such as vinegary, musty-moist or lacquered aromas.

How should olive oil be stored?

Olive oil should be well sealed and stored in a dark and cool place. UV radiation and heat promote the aging process of the oil. Therefore, the olive oil is also bottled in a dark glass.

What grades are there?

There is the ordinary olive oil, lampante oil, pomace oil, refined virgin oil and probably the best known extra virgin olive oil.

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22 Mar 2020
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Mir gefällt es sehr gut und die Größe ist prima.

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14 Jan 2020
bezahlbares, leicht fruchtiges Olivenöl

The oil has hardly any bitter substances, no sharpness, buttery tones and is only slightly grassy. So I like it very much, because the oil does not kill all the flavour when cooking or in salads. It reminds me a little of my naturally cloudy, but unfortunately increasingly expensive favorite oil from Liguria or the mild, hardly affordable olive oils from southern France. However, this Greek oil lacks the almond flavor of the oil from Liguria or southern France.
I think the olive oil is mild enough to try an aioli. Whoever has tried this once with very grassy, bitter and hot olive oil (e.g. from Spain), won't do it a second time: it's thrown out money and unfortunately also unacceptable for (my) taste buds ;)
Will be bought as long as KoRo has the oil in its program... as long as the Greeks do not buy and press Spanish olives ;).


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bezahlbares, leicht fruchtiges Olivenöl

Das Öl hat kaum Bitterstoffe, keine Schärfe, buttrige Anklänge und ist nur ganz leicht grasig. So mag ich es sehr gern, weil das Öl beim Kochen oder im Salat nicht gleich alles geschmacklich erschlägt. Es erinnert mich ein wenig an mein naturtrübes, leider immer teurer werdendes Lieblingsöl aus Ligurien oder auch an die milden, kaum noch bezahlbaren südfranzösischen Olivenöle. Allerdings fehlen diesem griechischen Öl die mandeligen Geschmacksanteile des Öls aus Ligurien oder Südfrankreich.
Ich denke, das Olivenöl ist mild genug, damit einmal eine Aioli zu versuchen. Wer das schon einmal mit sehr grasigem, bitterem und scharfem Olivenöl (z.B. aus Spanien) versucht hat, macht es kein zweites Mal: es ist rausgeworfenes Geld und leider auch unzumutbar für die (meine) Geschmacksnerven ;).
Wird nachgekauft, solange KoRo das Öl im Programm hat… solange die Griechen keine spanischen Oliven zukaufen und pressen ;).

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23 Oct 2019
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Great quality, also visually appealing


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Tolle Qualität, auch optisch ansprechend

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