Like wine (grapes) or chocolate and coffee (beans), each olive varietal has a distinct set of characteristics that impart vastly diverse flavor, color and texture.

  • COLOR
    Light/Bright Green

    FLAVOR
    Mild, sweet, floral

    OLIVES
    Castelvetrano, Frescatrano™

    PAIRINGS
    Brie, Burrata, Mozzarella, Prosciutto

  • COLOR
    Grassy Green

    FLAVOR
    Herbal, buttery

    OLIVES
    Mt. Athos, Cerignola

    PAIRINGS
    Cheddar, Chèvre, Parmigiano-Reggiano, Prosciutto

  • COLOR
    Blonde/Light Brown

    FLAVOR
    Fruity, nutty

    OLIVES
    Greek or Italian Olive Mix

    PAIRINGS
    Manchego, Feta, Mahón, Serrano Ham

  • COLOR
    Purple/Eggplant

    FLAVOR
    Smoky, fruity

    OLIVES
    Kalamata

    PAIRINGS
    Feta, Goat, Blue, Fennel Salami

  • COLOR
    Black (Brine Cured)

    FLAVOR
    Mild, nutty, fruity

    OLIVES
    Black Ripe

    PAIRINGS
    Fontina, Asiago, Swiss, Gruyere, Calabrese Salami

  • COLOR
    Black (Oil/Salt Cured)

    FLAVOR
    Deeply fruity (licorice), aromatic, bitter

    OLIVES
    Thassos

    PAIRINGS
    Blue, Gorgonzola, Goat, Sopressata