Due to this, its cultivation extends in the provinces of Granada, Jaén, Málaga and Córdoba without becoming the predominant variety. Likewise, it is present especially in the south of the province of Córdoba. Specifically in the Natural Park of the Sierras Subbéticas and surroundings.
Picudo Olive Tree and picuda olive oil
The Picudo olive tree is a very productive and medium flowering variety. Its pollen is highly germinative so this olive tree is ideal as a pollinator. In fact, this variant is usually mixed with others in the same growing area in order to take advantage of this great pollinating quality.
On the other hand, Picuda olive oils are delicate and fruity, very aromatic, with the aroma and flavor of fresh almonds, apple or tomato. At first, when it enters the mouth, the first taste is sweet. At first, when it enters the mouth, the first taste is sweet. And later it has a slight bitterness with an itch at the end.
On the other hand, it should be noted that Picudo olive oil is not very stable, composed of a medium-low content of oleic acid, of approximately 65%. This characteristic, stability, helps its conservation and therefore what emerges from this data is that in its storage it is essential to preserve it from light and heat so as not to accelerate the oxidation process.
Finally, it is worth mentioning that the olive oils included in this section correspond to juices that comply with the guarantees of quality and control of the Protected Designations of Origin (PDO) of Priego de Córdoba and Baena. Besides, some of these olive oils have been winners of numerous national and international awards.
In conclusion, we can affirm that the picuda olive oil that we present to you is of a superior or Premium olive oil category and that they guarantee a sensory experience for anyone passionate about EVOO.