This coupage blend extra virgin olive oil is in a pretty, narrow-shaped tin. It shows part of a painting of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza on horseback. In Cervantes' book, Don Quixote tilted at windmills on the plains of Castilla la Mancha. And that is where this oil comes from, within sight of these famous windmills!
Garcia de la Cruz have developed a delicious coupage blend extra virgin olive oil. Each year it is blended specifically to balance the flavours of peppery Picual, fruity Hojiblanca and grassy Arbequina olives. It is high in oleic acid and the oil is very stable when heated. This makes it perfect for frying, sauteing and baking.