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Premium Etajima Shibori

By Etajima Olive Co., Ltd.

Premium Etajima Shibori is made from carefully hand-picking Hiroshima olives that are organically grown without the use of pesticides. these olives are pressed at the Etajima Olive Factory fresh after harvesting. The result is a fragrant oil with a hint of green almonds, artichoke, green grass and a well-balanced bitter spiciness that suits a wide range of dishes. Enjoy the finest scent and taste of Japanese (Hiroshima) oil with a fresh flavor added to the finish of the dish.
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About Etajima Olive Co., Ltd.

We have grown a variety of olives in Hiroshima, mainly in the coastal and insular areas of Setouchi, since 2010. The olives are grown with unique and sustainable soil improvement methods, such as using shells of oyster, which is Hiroshima’s specialty. They are grown by producers who love the local community and wish to contribute to it through olive cultivation. We are actively revitalizing our graying locale by growing olives.
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Short Information

Blend

Tasting Sensations

Almond
Herbs
Rosemary
Oregano
5/5

Food Pairing

Soup

5/5

Food Pairing

Baked or Broiled Catfish

5/5

Food Pairing

Egg Salad

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