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What really gives olive oil its special place in cookery is the surprising range of aromas it offers. There are dozens depending on the variety, the date of the harvest, the climate and the soil. In this way it can be compared to wine. The aromas most frequently found in olive oil are: almond, walnut, artichoke, fresh grass, hay, wild herbs, asparagus, sometimes also tomato, apple, pear, lemon or orange peel, and in the case of the best oils, the spiciness associated with pepper, cayenne pepper and other bitter condiments.

Oranges with Olive Oil
4 Oranges
A little Virgin Extra Olive Oil
Mint Leaves
Honey or 4 Teaspoonfuls of Sugar

Peel the oranges and cut horizontally into slices. Drizzle with olive oil and the honey or sugar and decorate with the mint leaves.


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