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ELIRIS EXTRAORDINARY GREEK ORGANIC OLIVE OIL. SINGLE-ESTATE

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The moment we’ve been waiting for! Eliris, fresh from the press.

It’s official! Harvest starts on Monday!!

Flos Olei 2015 - a guide to the world of extra virgin olive oil

We are delighted to inform you that, after the tasting performed by the editor Marco Oreggia and his panel of expert tasters on over 1,000 samples from Italy and the whole world, Eliris extraordinary organic extra virgin olive oil has been selected - 1 of only 7 from Greece - for the Guide “Flos Olei 2015 - a guide to the world of extra virgin olive oil”, an instrument of information and promotion of the best olive oil producers in the world, published both in Italian and in English.

Congratulations to all producers who have been selected. We are very proud Eliris is recognised among the top 500 olive oil producers in the world for the second year running.

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Alpha Food Store, Sydney | Gourmantic 

We have tasted your beautiful product. I found the oil quite big in character, very Greek then a pleasant mouth feel and mellowing out really well. Certainly a finishing oil, shouting of sunshine and purity.
Thanks Chef Jeff Baker - Farmison & Co. www.elirisgreece.com

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