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Empelre Black Olives

Price £3.95

Tree ripened black Empeltre olives from Aragon are preserved in the jar without the addition of any brine or marinade.

 

This means that the full, fragrant flavour of the olives, along with the luscious oiliness of the texture, is allowed to shine out.

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