Picholine olives, also known as cocktail olives, are popular French olives used in salads and as an appetiser.
The firm, green olives have a mildly briny and fruity flavour that gives a refreshing accent to fish and seafood dishes. Picholine olives pair well with brie, artichokes and prosciutto on antipasti platters. Crush the green olives into a coarse paste for a mild tapenade to serve with goats' cheese. Picholine olives are also an ideal, crisp garnish for a Martini cocktail.
Nicolas Alziari began producing olive oil in Nice in 1868. In the 1980s, his descendants grew the Alziari business by offering other produce from Nice – like herbs, olives and homemade syrups. Today, the Nicolas Alziari company gives you the taste of Provence in your own kitchen with their range of local and family-made specialities.
Store away from light and heat. Keep refrigerated after opening.
Ingredients: olives, water, salt.
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