Kalamon Black Olives - Greece
The oldest olives in Greece
Kalamon olives are born in Greece and take their name from the city of Kalamata, a monumental and archaeological land located between the sea and the hills south of the Peloponnese.
Black-purplish olives, with an elongated shape and pulp
juicy, they are characterized by a unique taste and an unmistakable bitter taste.
They are one of the oldest Greek varieties, undisputed queens of the table in Greece and a product of excellence for tables all over the world, a symbol of quality and good nutrition.
for the pasta by adding them to the tomato, onion and capers.
Their strong and aromatic flavor makes them suitable
to accompany cheeses and vegetable-based dishes. They are the ingredient
prince in the original recipe of the Greek salad together with feta.
Energy 886 kJ / 215 kcal; Fats 22 g of which saturated fatty acids 2,4 g; Carbohydrates 1,3 g of which sugars 0 g; Fiber 2.2 g; Proteins: 1.4 g; Salt 4 g.
olives, water, salt;
acidifier: tartaric acid.