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The first varietal of olive trees planted at the Texas Olive Ranch in Carrizo Springs by the Henry Family was the Arbequina. A result of decades of cultivation and upholding clean agricultural practices, this Reserve 100% Arbequina olive oil reveals it's flavorful, terrain of taste from every day cooking to finishing and accentuating.

You'll enjoy it's fresh & buttery flavor, bright and grassy undertones, and hints of toasted bread & honey. Serve with spicy foods, salad, fruity balsamic vinegar, and finishing char-grilled kissed favorites, like seafood and veggies.


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Olive Oil, Extra Virgin Arbequina

$20.49

500 ml
The first varietal of olive trees planted at the Texas Olive Ranch in Carrizo Springs by the Henry Family was the Arbequina. A result of decades of cultivation and upholding clean agricultural practices, this Reserve 100% Arbequina olive oil reveals it's flavorful, terrain of taste from every day cooking to finishing and accentuating.

You'll enjoy it's fresh & buttery flavor, bright and grassy undertones, and hints of toasted bread & honey. Serve with spicy foods, salad, fruity balsamic vinegar, and finishing char-grilled kissed favorites, like seafood and veggies.

Texas Olive Ranch

Texas Olive Ranch

Jim Henry is a pioneer in the Texas olive industry, and produces extra virgin olive oil from the fruit of about 40,000 olive trees he's been raising at his Texas Olive Ranch in the Carrizo Springs area for eight years. Texas Olive Ranch 100% Pure Texas Extra Virgin Olive Oil is pressed from arbequina variety olives grown at the ranch. The arbequina variety was developed in Spain and is especially suitable for growing in the sandy loam soil of the Middle Rio Grande Valley, where the climate is very similar to southern Spain. In addition to the arbequina variety, they grow two other varieties: arbosana, also Spanish in origin; and a Greek variety, koroneiki. The growing season in Texas is hot and the olives are ready to be harvested the first week in September. 


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