1573 Señorio de Jaime Rosell
Discover our exclusive Extra Virgin Olive Oil-Premium Luxury 1573, the result of combining native and conventional varieties with the special flavor of the lands of the Vega Baja del Segura. Initially for private consumption, now in limited edition. Flavor notes: intense fruitiness, predominance of green olives, aromas of banana, herbs and nuts. Structured and long on the palate. Tribute to the history of Benejuzar.
The Extra Virgin Olive Oil Extra-Premium that contains our Luxury 1573 is the result of combining native varieties, unique to the mountains of Alicante with more conventional varieties such as arbequina or picual, but with the special flavor that gives the land of the Vega Baja del Segura to our olive trees. Initially created for the private consumption of the Sala López family, owner of Beneoliva, now a limited and numbered series is bottled for our most distinguished customers. In the Sala López family we are proud of our land and its history and we want to reflect this in everything we do. The year 1573 is the year of birth of Jaime Rosell y Desprats, I Lord of Benejuzar, title granted in the mid-sixteenth century by the King of Spain Philip II. Let our edition of the extra virgin olive oil "Señorío de Jaime Rosell 1573" serve as a sincere tribute to one of the key characters in the history of Benejuzar.
Extra virgin olive oil of intense fruitiness with a predominance of green olives. The olfactory sensations of banana peel, vegetable leaf, artichoke and grass predominate over the ripe banana and apple, all among nuances of aromatic herbs and nuts. Not very sweet oil with medium bitterness, long lasting and slightly astringent. Completing the imposing sensation of vegetal freshness, the spiciness appears late, growing to more than light and resulting in an oil with character, structured and very long. The aftertaste is very long, like a vegetal curtain, with wood and balsamic notes of resin. The sensation in the mouth is somewhat physical but pleasant, very long lasting and extraordinarily complements the vegetal olfactory sensation.