Herbs influencing the taste of EVOO (Muro de Alcoy region, Spain) 🇪🇸
Muro de Alcoy region, Spain 🇪🇸 — Carlos Cano Martínez of Almazara La Alquería pulls some camomile out of the ground in one the orchards to demonstrate how an orchard’s botanical environment influences the taste of the Extra Virgin Olive Oil that the olive trees produce. (Filmed, January 14, 2022)
Based in Muro de Alcoy in the Province of Alicante, Spain, Almazara La Alquería manages 150 hectares of olive orchards, totalling approximately 30,000 trees.
The company was featured in this Ithacabound.com article—30,000 Olive Trees — A Visit to Almazara La Alquería (January 17, 2022)
The company has also appeared in these Ithacabound.com Clips:
- Millennium Aged Olive Trees (Muro de Alcoy region, Spain) 🇪🇸 (February 14, 2022)
- Possibly one thousand year old olive trees (Muro de Alcoy region, Spain) 🇪🇸 (February 8, 2022)
- We are now in the valley (Muro de Alcoy region, Spain) 🇪🇸 (February 3, 2022)
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