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Patrimonio Comunal Olivarero information
You could buy your Spanish olive oil at El Corte Inglés, but to catch the real essence of the country’s olive-oil varieties (Spain is the world’s largest producer), Patrimonio Comunal Olivarero is perfect. With examples of the extra-virgin variety (and nothing else) from all over Spain, you could spend ages agonising over the choices. The staff know their oil and are happy to help out if you speak a little Spanish.