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EVOO, an acronym for “Extra Virgin Olive Oil”, is the highest category of olive oil, obtained directly from olives and only by mechanical processes. This golden liquid is not only a culinary ingredient but an essential cultural and healthy element in Mediterranean civilizations.

In the Mediterranean diet, recognized worldwide for its health benefits, EVOO plays a leading role. Not only does it bring a distinctive flavor to dishes, but it is also rich in antioxidants and monounsaturated fats, contributing to the prevention of cardiovascular diseases and the maintenance of a healthy lifestyle. Mediterranean cuisine, with EVOO at its heart, is a living testimony to how gastronomy can be a reflection of a region’s history and well-being.















Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) in Mallorca represents much more than just a food product; it is a fundamental element that intertwines the history, tradition, landscape, economy and cultural identity of the island. With its Mediterranean climate and fertile land, Mallorca has positioned itself as an ideal place for olive growing, and its EVOO has become an emblematic product of the region, standing out within the broad spectrum of olive oils in Spain.

The Arbequina variety, the most abundant in Mallorca, is known for its aromatic and fruity profile, with notes of almond, apple and ripe tomato.

Olive groves have been part of Mallorca’s agricultural legacy since Roman times, through the Arab domination, and up to the present day, with some millenary trees still in production. These olive groves not only contribute to the characteristic landscape of the Serra de Tramuntana, a region declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but are also an integral part of the local economy, providing employment and sustaining the rural economy. In addition, Mallorcan EVOO has its own Protected Designation of Origin (PDO), which guarantees its quality and origin.

In gastronomy, EVOO is an essential ingredient in the Mediterranean diet and in Mallorcan cuisine, used in a wide variety of dishes, both hot and cold. It is also recognized for its health benefits, making it a mainstay of healthy eating on the island.

EVOO production in Mallorca also plays a crucial role in environmental conservation. Olive groves are ecosystems that promote biodiversity, and traditional and ecological farming practices protect local flora and fauna. Interest in organic and sustainable farming methods is also growing on the island, with many EVOO producers at the forefront of this trend.

EVOO tourism and education are also highlights in Mallorca. “Oil routes” allow visitors to learn about the EVOO production process and its importance to the island’s culture. In addition, fairs, tastings and festivals are organized to promote local EVOO and educate the public about its unique qualities.

In short, Mallorcan EVOO is not only a benchmark of quality and tradition in the globalized world, but also represents a way of life that values and preserves the island’s cultural and natural heritage, highlighting its importance within olive oil production in Spain.



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The world of AOVE is full of fascinating details that directly affect the taste and quality of the oil that reaches our tables. To begin with, there are several varieties of olive, each with unique characteristics.

The Arbequina variety, the most abundant in Mallorca, is known for its aromatic and fruity profile, with notes of almond, apple and ripe tomato. This type of oil is ideal for those who prefer a milder and less bitter taste, perfect to give a delicate touch to cold dishes or simply to enjoy raw.

In terms of quality, not all olive oils are the same. The refined oil is the result of a chemical process applied to lower quality oils, such as lampante oil, to eliminate impurities, odors and undesirable flavors. The virgin oil is already edible and has a maximum acidity of 2%, but the extra virgin oil is the star, with an acidity of less than 0.8% and an impeccable sensory evaluation.

Of course, the Arbequina variety is known for its aromatic and fruity profile, with notes of almond, apple and ripe tomato. This type of oil is ideal for those who prefer a milder and less bitter taste, perfect to give a delicate touch to cold dishes or simply to enjoy raw.

The choice between green or ripe olives is also crucial in Arbequina. Green olives of this variety will produce a slightly more bitter and pungent, more intense oil, while ripe olives soften the profile, making it sweeter and less intense. This nuance is essential for producers looking for a specific flavor or for consumers who have clear preferences as to the intensity of their oil.

The expiration date of the oil is another important aspect. Although EVOO does not have an expiration date as such, it is recommended to consume it within 18 to 24 months to enjoy all its qualities.

For storage, it is best to keep it in a cool place, away from light and heat, and preferably in a dark container to preserve its organoleptic properties.



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