- Tiny olive, big flavor!
- Sweet, firm texture
- Naturally cured in just water, salt and thyme
- Use for salads and snacking
- Contains pits
- Size - 5.6 oz/160 g drained wt
Most Arbequina table olives are grown in Aragón and Cataluña, near the border of France in the locality of Garrigues. These olives have a sweet and firm texture, with a color ranging from pale green to medium brown -- which is a good way to describe their wonderfully elusive taste -- somewhere between that of a green and a brown olive.
Naturally cured with just salt, water and a touch of thyme, these tiny brown pasteurized olives have a sweet robust flavor. Arbequina olives go well with fresh fruits and garden salads or on their own as a snack.
Arbequina olives, water, salt and thyme.
Serving size 6 olives (15g). Servings per container about 11. Calories 30, calories from fat 25, Total fat 3g (5%), saturated fat 0g, cholesterol 0mg, sodium 200mg (8%), total carbohydrate 0g. Protein 0g (0%). Not a significant source of saturated fat, cholesterol, dietary fiber, sugars, vitamin A, C, calcium, iron. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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"Olives were delicious, just as we expected. The flat rate is great, we purchased 12 jars and paid the same price as if we purchased one. Glad we did. Had a small problem and customer service took care of it immediately."
joelmintzer - Pembroke Pines , FL March 2019
Ron - Kerrville TX, TX December 2018
"The first few times we ordered these Arbiquina olives we absolutely loved them. I ordered some last year and they had such a strong smokey unnatural flavor that was absolutely over powering. I thought I had mistakenly ordered the wrong ones but I'm sure it's the same brand. I want to order them again but I'm afraid they'll be awful and I've already got like 4 jars in my pantry I'll probably just throw out. I noticed another person's review also said they were smoky... Maybe I should write to them directly? "
Sandy - Willington, CT June 2018
"Olives were very smoky, and not described as so. Price was ok, and I'll find someone to enjoy them."
Toni - Davenport, FL August 2017
"WAY TOOOOOOO SALTY"
shayne - honolulu, HI July 2017
"Very good. Will order again."
Pepa - Sterling Heights, MI April 2017
"Not the flavor I was looking for. Very peppery, not much meat."
Ric - Leicester, NC March 2017
james - Eugene, OR December 2016
"Just delicious! "
Ruby - Winston-Salem, NC November 2016
"Packaging was great. Shipping was fast. Olives are delicious. What more can I say!?"
Kilsley - Seattle, WA November 2016
"I purchased several types of Spanish olives at La Tienda as a present for a friend. He loved all of them, but specially the Arbequina olives. He thank me for that. My husband also likes them."
Rosa - Lenoir September 2016
"Love these--reminds me of summer trips to Spain!"
Terry - Farmington, CT May 2016
"perfect, tasty right amount of brine "
Rubin - Billings, MT March 2016
antonio - katy, TX February 2016
Samuel - Saint Paul, MN November 2015
"Great snack to accompany cheese. Packs so much flavor for such a small fruit. "
Christina - Chicago, IL September 2015
"Small but very tasty."
RICHARD - OCALA, FL September 2015
"I really enjoyed these little olives. they are crunchy and flavorful, not at all overly salted, and are well complemented by the simple hint of thyme. no, they are not very meaty (they are tiny olives with pits), but they are just perfect for snacking. try some--you will love them!"
beth - New York October 2013
Brian - Edmonton May 2013
"Tiny, chewey and freestone--I'll order these again."
Tod - May 2011