is the Greek word for Olive oil. It is pronounced æÉLeon (the first letter “a” is silent, and the word sounds similar to the “Aegean” sea).
Goddess Athena bestowed two sacred gifts to the ancient city of Athens: the olive tree and her name.
Single-variety (Koroneiki), single-estate (Parapougki, Messinia), unblended, unfiltered, cold-pressed.
Acidity lower than <0.30%
Olive Oil is the single most important ingredient in all salads, and mostly the famous “Horeatiki” salad (tomatoes, cucumber, onions, cappers, and Feta PDO cheese).
Sprinkle some precious drops on Greek bread-crackers or on toasted Greek pita-bread; add oregano, sea-salt, freshly ground pepper and some garlic.
Marinate your meat.
Give aroma and taste to your soups and sauces.
Use it raw.
Avoid cooking it or frying it as it will compromise its superb taste & aroma and high nutritional values.
Non-GMO, Vegetarian, ISO 22000, ISO 9001
Superior category olive oil, obtained directly from olives and solely by mechanical means.