Enhance seafood and salads with Taggiasche Olives
This black olive variety has salty, bitter, and mildly fruity flavor notes.
Enjoy on a cheese platter with pecorino romano, parmigiano reggiano, or other cheeses from Italy.
Taggiasche olives are small, plump Italian olives with fruity overtones. This type of olive is best enjoyed with seafood dishes, salads, and zesty citrus flavors. A Pero Taggiasche in Extra Virgin Olive Oil can also be a delicious part of an antipasto. To arrange a delicious table olive platter, serve with contrasting green olives like Nocellara del Belice and castelvetrano olives. You can also pair these with charcuterie board meats such as cured salami and thinly sliced pork coppa.
Taggiasca olives 58%, extra virgin olive oil 40%, salt, flavorings, acidity regulator E330. May contain traces of crustaceans, fish, milk and products thereof, cashews, celery, mustard, sulfur dioxide, mollusks.