- Famous chilled Spanish soup
- Better than homemade
- Fresh, healthy ingredients
- Made with extra virgin olive oil
- All natural - no preservatives
- Size - 1 liter
Arteoliva gazpacho captures the vibrant flavor of freshly made gazpacho from Andalucia. Ripe red tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil, bread, sherry vinegar and fresh vegetables are combined using an old family recipe and the result is delicious! We keep a few containers in the fridge at home so that we can serve fresh gazpacho at a moment's notice.
The secret to this delicious gazpacho starts with fresh vegetables and all-natural quality ingredients. They are carefully blended following a traditional recipe from the region of Cordoba. Finally the freshly made gazpacho is packaged using the high tech Tetra Pak system, preserving it at its peak freshness and ensuring that it arrives at your home just as flavorful as the day it was made.
When we visited the owner, he told us the secret of their recipe. He asked his wife to give him the recipe for the gazpacho that her family had enjoyed at home for generations. His wife told him that there was no written recipe, of course! It was passed down orally from mother to daughter over the years. So he sat quietly in the kitchen with a pad of paper and watched her add each ingredient, taking notes - this many tomatoes, that much garlic - until he had recorded this treasured family recipe!
Enjoy this gazpacho well chilled, sprinkled with diced cucumber, tomato or onion. Or enjoy a glassful as a refreshing drink on a hot day. The opened container will last for about 5 days in the refrigerator.
Fresh tomato (65%), water, pepper, extra virgin olive oil (4%), cucumber, bread (contains gluten), sherry vinegar, garlic and salt.
Serving size 8 fl oz (240 ml). Servings per container 4. Calories 140, calories from fat 100. Total fat 11g (17%), saturated fat 1.5g (8%), trans fat 0g (0%). Cholesterol 0g (0%), Sodium 940mg (39%), total carbohydrates 10g (3%), dietary fiber 1g (4%), protein 0g. Vitamin A 10%, Vitamin C 35%. Not a significant source of calcium and iron. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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"Brought tears to my mother's eyes when I shared a box because she first tasted this on a trip in 1970."
Kathryn Behrens - Columbus, OH - Jun 20, 2016
"Very good. Reminds me of Granada."
donald heath - BRIDGEPORT, IL - May 1, 2016
"I love this stuff. Affordable way to taste Spanish food. Great tasting Brand. Cant stop craving."
Jerry Swim - DeMotte, IN - Apr 10, 2016
"I love this stuff. Eat it for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Usually have at least five bottles in the freezer in reserve."
Catherine Barr - Gilbertsville, NY - Mar 27, 2016
Sabina Sanchez - Lakeland, FL - Sep 29, 2015
"wonderful - I'll order again"
PENNY LOCKE - NORTH VERSAILLES, PA - Sep 25, 2015
"Not quite as good as original when we lived in Sevilla in the 60's or home made but still very, very good when doctored."
larry cox - waverly, OH - Sep 25, 2015
"Nice tasting gazpacho."
JANE SORRENTINO - CARTHAGE - Mar 25, 2013
"Fresh and authentic taste"
STANTON PATRICK - CARLISLE - Mar 3, 2013
"Tastes as good as Gazpacho ordered in Restaurants."
Michael Troianoi - Georgetown, California - Jan 6, 2013
"This Gazpacho was much better than I thought it would be. It has a very fresh and summery taste. True restaurant quality."
Dee - Tampa, Florida - Jan 2, 2013
"Unfortunately, this product tastes like minerals. The prior gazpacho (produced by Santa Teresa) was much better. Wish La Tienda would go back to selling that one."
e krivens - st clair, Michigan - Nov 14, 2012