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Friday 19 September 2014

The ten best olive oils

ALENTEJAN (EV): The secret to this smooth, buttery, creamy oil from southern Portugal is that there's just hours between hand-picking and pressing. £8.85 250ml,
EL MIL DEL POAIG (EV): Produced from 2,500-year-old millenarian Farga olive trees, native to the Maestrat in Spain, acclaimed as one of the best. £120 500ml,
NUDO EXTRA VIRGIN: This husband-and-wife team produces scrumptious olive oils from their groves in Le Marche, Italy. And if you 'adopt a tree', for £65, you get all the produce from it for a whole year. £4.49 250ml,

Some are neutral, ideal for cooking with, others are fresh and grassy - just right for salads and dipping crusty bread into. Choose the right oil from these delicious bottles...

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Source: Independent

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