Tamìa green is our first extra virgin olive oil to be extracted from 100% cultivar Maurino olives in the mid of october. Organic quality, early harvesting and a unique method of extraction, give this extra virgin olive oil a high phenolic content which is expressed in an intense fruity with a decisive grassy flavor with harmonious hints of spicy and bitter.
It is suggested to use TAMIA GREEN to prepare bruschetta, omelette, red meat frying, molluscs starters, tuna, chick peas and beans salads, red meat or swoefish marinade, blue fish, vegetables au gratin, charcoal grilled porcini mushrooms, soups and risotto with mushrooms, shellfish sauce, roasted rabbit, grilled chicken, fresh goat’s cheese, burrata, a teaspoon in the baby’s food.
Producer: Sergio alle Monache
Storage conditions: 15°C-16°C
Shelf life: 18 months
Founded in 1928 from siblings Delle Monache, the farm has always been dedicated to olive growing, and has always paid particular attention to the research of new growing techniques, including the cooperation of several experts and research institutes. The farm, that already distinguished for the used avant-garde techniques, begins to obtain the first achievements in the ‘thirties: indeed dates back to 1931 and 1937 the national won prizes in the olive cultivation. In the following 1940s and 1950s the farm go on with the experimental and research policy with the aim to obtain a qualitative improvement of the oil produced and keeps growing for dimensions and credibility. In 2012 the “Sergio Delle Monache” farm was definitely relaunched and with it, all its heritage made of history, passion, traditions, culture, experimentations, biological changes and products of excellence with the birth of the extra virgin olive oil Tamìa, an authentic, handicraft and healthy product: it is rich in polyphenols, a unique imprint that is in all Tamìa oils, which is well visible on all bottles. The company’s logo is formed by the word “Tamìa”, of Etruscan origin, that means “domestic, homemade”, and a digital fingerprint, primary symbol of uniqueness and traceability, which resembles the shape of an olive.