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Molefina Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Try tasting olive oil using the four steps described to discern the various notes and flavor of quality oil. But remember, taste is a matter of personal preference. If you like the oil, that’s all that matters!
The most important factor in sampling olive oil is the perception of flavor which is centered on both the sense of taste and smell. Train your palate to identify a taste profile—the breakdown of the complexities of aromas and finishes along with pungency, pepper or bitterness at the back of the tongue with mild stinging in the throat—common characteristics of high-quality extra virgin olive oil.
Extra virgin olive oil retains its health benefits and delicious flavor when fresh and purchased within 18 months of harvest. It's always best when stored in a cool dark place after opening. So treat yourself. Enjoy the taste and health benefits of using premium olive oil every day!
HAVE FUN TASTING OLIVE OIL!
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to release the aroma by pouring olive oil into a small container and warming it in the palm of your hand
the oil and note the aromas.
by taking a taste and touching your tongue to the back of your top teeth; inhale to spread the oil in your mouth releasing the flavors.
a small amount of the oil and note the flavors as you do so.
OLIVE OIL TASTING
Developed by Nancy Ash, Strictly Olive Oil (strictlyoliveoil.com)