Bianchera – Belica is the autochthonous variety of the province of Trieste, particularly resistant to the gusts of Bora. The nose is medium-intense fruity, with hints of artichoke, green almond and tomato leaf. The taste has a characteristic note of bitter and spicy, which goes perfectly with vegetable soups, grilled meats, polenta, cheeses and mixed boiled meats.
Art Blend – is produced by different varieties, including Pendolino, Leccino, Maurino and Bianchera. The olives of each cultivar are hand picked separately and only subsequently assembled. The result is a more delicate oil than Bianchera, particularly suitable for accompanying fish dishes.
Dream Herbs. When grandfather Dušan tasted aromatic oil for the first time, memories of childhood spent in the pasture resurfaced, occasionally munching on some juniper berries. Hence the name Dream Herbs, which embodies a harmonious contrast given by aromatic herbs and rare red juniper berries. The aromatic oil is ideal with game dishes and aged cheeses.
Falesia. Just as the Duino cliffs have fascinated poets and artists, the rocky Adriatic coast has also inspired us. In the Falesia aromatic oil, the freshness of the mandarins of the Neretva river valley meets the flavor of Piran salt and the aromaticity of Karst rosemary. The oil is ideal for adding a little freshness to smoked dishes, but it is also excellent with a simple bruschetta.