Ultra premium-unique blend-mountain extra virgin olive oil 250ml Pamako


Made in: Chania island of Crete Greece
Made of: 60% Tsounati variety and 40% Koroneiki Variety ultra premium
Weight: 500ml e 16,9 fl oz bottle

Sourced from: Pamako

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  • Pamako is a newly founded company, guided from their passion for pure organic extra virgin olive oil and a desire to marry centuries old tradition of olive oil production with 21st century technology to create a premium product. Founded at the end of the year 2014, by a young entrepreneur, Eftihis Androulakis PAMAKO, is the brainchild of a passionate young person who decided with the help of his family and his partner, Dorothea Ritter, to continue the generations old family tradition whilst combining it with cutting edge technology , to produce an olive oil that is exceptional in both taste and quality.
    Preserving century old methods of sustainable organic cultivation and processing, they combine them with the newest technology in order to get the best out of each olive to create a Premium Extra virgin olive oil. Youthfull passion motivated them and the experience of the older generation guided them to start a challenging and painstaiking procedure to get the best out of what nature gave us. It all began in a rocky mountainous area, green with centuries old trees. Throughout their journey they never forgot the advice of their grandfathers “ to respect the trees, look after them and they will richly reward you with their fruits”. The best quality olive oil with all the health benefits of olive oil is our best reward.
    Pamako is officially one of the few olive oils worldwide to have a Certified health claim on its label as it contains high amounts of phenols due to the EU regulation 432/2012.

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    250 ml

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