Aceite de Oliva Palomo Spain | Oro líquido | Único
Both haute couture and the production of premium extra virgin olive oil are supreme expressions of artistic skill in its purest form and both produce sensory experiences with a myriad of subtle nuances.

This stylish porcelain bottle, designed exclusively by Palomo Spain, is a collector’s item inspired by its 1916 collection, presented at the New York Fashion Week (Men’s). The leitmotiv combines the spirit of the Russian Ballets of Sergei Diaghilev and the primitive elements of early twentieth century rural Spain. The design, inlaid with gold with a round top echoing the cognac bottles of the day, features a pattern inspired by one of the original prints of the collection, depicting tears of lava like the drops produced when gourmet olive oil comes into contact with water.

Only 1,490 bottles have been created, all personalized and unique, to mark the year 1490, in which our farm, Fuente de la Rosa, is first mentioned in the record books. This experience, a joint effort between Palomo Spain and 1490, stems from their close links with their native Córdoba, from their roots – in both a literal and figurative sense – and both container and contents are presented as a unique artistic statement.

This limited edition features a select extra virgin gourmet olive oil of the hojiblanca variety. The highly complex fruity green nose has an intense but elegant aroma in which fresh grass, apple and green banana stand out. In the background, there is also a hint of aromatic plants, tomato and raisins. It enters the palate with an extremely pleasant, persistent flavour which is both slightly bitter and slightly spicy, and the well-balanced aftertaste is reminiscent of green almonds.