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Casa Rehoboth Sicilian Olive Oil

Casa Rehoboth olives are harvested from our strong, healthy and prolific, organically grown trees growing on the sunny mountain slopes of southwest Sicily. The land has never been treated with any chemicals and organic farming techniques are the default for Casa Rehoboth and also our closest neighbours.

Our olives are lovingly hand-picked – no mechanical shaking is used which could stress the trees and reduce their health and vitality. Once harvested, our olives are taken to the local Oleificio for cold pressing and are not mixed with olives from any other trees. I personally oversee this process. The press is cleaned between batches with pure mountain spring water.

We use only the first press for our extra-virgin oil and absolutely NOTHING is added to it. Our fragrant liquid green gold olive oil is pure, delicious and highly nutritious.

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