Olive Oil from Casa de Santo Amaro


The history of Casa de Santo Amaro begins in 1687 and it is currently owned by the eighth generation of the family.

The Olive Oil from Casa de Santo Amaro can also be called Farm-to-Table Olive Oil, because from the production of olives, through the extraction of olive oil, packaging and commercialization of the final product, everything is done on the farm.

During the year the producers take care of the olive trees, harvest the olives at the end of October and extract the oil in their own olive oil press, where it is also stored and packed. From there the oils go, directly, to your table with a high standard of quality.


It has a very fresh aroma, with notes of fresh olives, herbs and tomato. In the mouth it feels bitter and spicy,  very well balanced, with notes of olive leaf and a harmonious and prolonged aftertaste.

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