Pitted Gordal Olives
Gordal roughly translates as "little fat one" in Spanish, an obvious reference to its size. These are grown in Andalucia where over 30,000 hectares are devoted to this one cultivar. They are also known as "Bella di Spagna", "Morcal de Limon" and "Sevillano".
Prized for their size and flavour, these olives are great in Martinis, are excellent cooked in Tagines or big hearty stews, lovely with beer or wine and also make a delicious green tapenade.
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