Grand Brahis AOP Vallee des Baux de Provence Extra Virgin Olive Oil Duo 250ml x 2


The Grand Brahis AOP Vallee des Baux de Provence extra virgin olive oil duo is a wonderful gift for anyone with a love of traditional Provencal cuisine.

In the box you’ll find two olive oils from Grand Brahis – one each of vert and noir. The vert has complex notes of almond, butter and artichoke with a slight peppery finish. It’s an ideal finishing touch for summery Provence-inspired dishes, like grilled trout, asparagus salads or bouillabaisse.

The noir is richer and more rounded, with an intense flavour of fresh olives. There's also notes of tapenade and leavened bread and it has an exceptionally soft mouthfeel. It’s well-suited to heartier Provencal dishes like ratatouille, pasta with truffles or garlic snails.

Grand Brahis make olive oil in the Vallee des Baux de Provence, in the south of France. Five varieties of olives are grown on the Grand Brahis estate - Grossane, Verdale, Aglandau, Salonenque and Picholine. They flourish in the dry, sunny climate and have no need for fertilisers or pesticides – so all Grand Brahis olive oil is organic.

We also sell individual 500ml bottles of the Grand Brahis Noir Olive Oil, and the Grand Brahis Vert Olive Oil.

Store in a cool place away from direct sunlight.


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