[vc_row css_animation=»» row_type=»row» use_row_as_full_screen_section=»no» type=»full_width» angled_section=»no» text_align=»left» background_image_as_pattern=»without_pattern»][vc_column][vc_column_text]Seguramente hayamos oído mucho el nombre de manzanilla sevillana olives and we have consumed it on more than one occasion, but do we know why it is so called?

In Spain there are different varieties of olive trees called manzanilla, therefore, the fruit they bear is called by the same name: manzanilla sevillana. This variety of olive tree is harvested mainly in Seville and Huelva, occupying some 60,000 hectares in Seville and has become the most international type of olive.

The Manzanilla olive tree has a very high productivity and harvesting is done by hand, to avoid damaging the fruit. However, once in the factory, the best technologies are used for brining and packaging. The fruit is harvested before it is fully ripe, hence its green colour and its high resistance to detachment from the tree.

The manzanilla sevillana olives Escamilla is traditionally served as an aperitif, and has become the queen of tapas in our country.

At Aceitunas Escamilla we have multiple ways of preparing this delicious fruit. You can find our manzanilla olives from Seville in the following ways:

  • Whole green
  • Green boneless
  • Whole anchovy flavour
  • Whole green stuffed with gherkin
  • Green stuffed with pepper paste
  • Sliced
  • Sliced greens with peppers
  • Seasoned colour change grated
  • The whole mojo picón is colour changing.

Each of them can be found in our special packaging for catering or for home consumption such as Doypack, bags, Sagomato, Barrel, Quarter... formats.

Haven't you tried this great appetizer yet?

We invite you to try this international variety that reaches so many corners of the world. It is grown in our land and has become such an important part of Spanish gastronomy.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][/vc_column][/vc_row].

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