El Poaig Olive Oil

Modernized bottle and ecological packaging refresh a boring old olive oil container into something that will impress guests as well as blend into any curio shelf or kitchen counter. El Poaig olive oil packaging is a youthful design developed by CuldeSac Products. Based in Valencia, Spain this creative crew has the sole purpose of adding value and innovation to a product or business. With the El Verd del Poaig the team aimed for a youthful porcelain dispensary with modern sheet cardboard packaging for chefs and gourmands to fawn over.


The lusty yellow and green tinted cold-pressed extra-virgin olive oil delicately drips out of the nozzle creating a subtly gorgeous contrast with the white porcelain base. The oil dispels notes of freshly cut grass, fruits, walnuts, and almonds. The aroma wafts through the air ending in an essence of fig fruit, artichoke and olive oil tree leaves. The taste is sweet and balanced that turn slightly bitter with a green fresh oil taste to end the experience. Cultivating 3000 year old olive trees in Maestrat on the eastern coast of Spain instills tradition and quality into every bottle.

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