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Oil Paradis AOC Provence

By Domaine Salvator

Olive oil exclusively produced from the olive orchards of Domaine Salvator. The olives are turned into oil on the spot, on the very day of picking. Paradis olive oil is characterized by a very fruity, powerful smell of grass aromas. This powerful smell offers balanced fragrances. The specialists find pear and apple aromas, a light taste of banana and exotic fruit. The taste is creamy, delicate and light for cooking, it will be intense with raw food.
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About Domaine Salvator

We produce oils of exceptional quality in Provence. At an altitude of 1,475 feet, in the heart of Provence, Domaine Salvator grows several hundred years old olive trees. The soil of Haute Provence requires a delicate and precise culture for low but high-quality return. A unique character, fine aromas, make the quality of the Domaine Salvator olives.
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Tasting Sensations
Herbs
Pepper
Leaf
Almond
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