Taxidi Olive Oil - Greece

  • Extra virgin olive oil, hand-picked and pressed within 24 hours
  • An olive oil that is very balanced and soft in the mouth
  • An olive oil produced in sustainable agriculture
As low as €13.90
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A trip to the eastern lands of Crete

Taxidi means "journey" in Cretan, so this olive oil should take you on a journey to its Cretan lands, marked by nearly 3500 years of history. This real favourite completes OLIVIERS&CO's collection of exceptional oils. This 100% Koroneiki olive oil, cultivated in an agro-ecological way and in respect of a preserved environment, is the symbol of a Crete that is reviving its traditions and its Minoan culture. The result is a well-balanced olive oil with a mild taste that goes perfectly with Mediterranean cuisine and the famous Cretan diet!

Taste profile: Floral & Delicate
Notes of: Baked Apple, Hazelnut
Olives: Koroneiki
Region/Country: Greece
Harvest date: 1 Dec 2022
Producer: Christina et Antonis Chrisoulas

Tomato and basil soup, grilled zucchini and eggplant, grilled sea bass, lemon and honey cake 

Name: Extra Virgin Olive Oil Taxidi

Net quantity : 500ml or 250ml

Origin: Greece

Ingredient List : Olives: 100% Koroneiki

Storage conditions : Keep in a cool & dark place


It is thanks to the hard work of these two brothers and sisters that we can enjoy this exceptional Cretan elixir! Inspired by the principles of permaculture and agro-ecology, these producers are committed to reinventing a healthy and respectful olive culture. In order to preserve their olive grove, the production of olive oil is limited to 3 or 4 tons per year. ​

Christina & Antonis wish to develop a community around their family farm, in order to share their passion and the importance of a sustainable way of eating, especially through the short circuit. So, take part in this beautiful Cretan adventure, committed and delicious!

Dive into this oil:

Polyphenol level: 300 mg/kg

Acidity level: 0.27

Peroxide level: 6.2 mek02/kg

To learn more about the physico-chemical analysis of our olive oils, go to the dedicated blog post. 

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