Obtained solely through physical processes, cold extraction and static decanting, it is an Oirada-colored Olive Oil, with a rich and intense aroma. From medium-ripe olives, it is an oil with a smooth, fruity flavor, with a slight bitterness and a spicy touch.
The Santulhana olive is an autochthonous variety from the village of Santulhão, in the northeast of Trás-os-Montes, being planted in the neighboring villages of the municipalities of Vimioso, Macedo de Cavaleiros and Bragança. The name derives from the patron saint of the Earth, São Julião, but with time and linguistic corruption, it degenerated to Santulam, Santulhaao, Santulhao and finally Santulhão.
Perfect to accompany grilled fish, salads, cod, vegetables and meats or even accompany a delicious semi-toasted bread.