Beit Jala's Steel-Drum Extracted Olive Oil - Delicate and Nutty [750 ML / 25.3 FL OZ] - [Harvest Year: 2022]
Beit Jala's Steel-Drum Extracted Olive Oil - Delicate and Nutty [750 ML / 25.3 FL OZ] - [Harvest Year: 2022]
Beit Jala's Steel-Drum Extracted Olive Oil - Delicate and Nutty [750 ML / 25.3 FL OZ] - [Harvest Year: 2022]

Beit Jala's Steel-Drum Extracted Olive Oil - Delicate and Nutty [750 ML / 25.3 FL OZ] - [Harvest Year: 2022]

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  • The Steel-Drum Extracted Olive Oil from Beit Jala, Palestine is described as a delicate and nutty oil with a unique mountainy character. This taste is achieved through the perfect ripening of olives grown in the lush hills of Beit Jala, the ideal climate and soil conditions of the region, and the modern steel drum method used to extract the oil. The steel drum method involves crushing the olives using a rotating steel drum and then extracting the oil using centrifugal force. This method helps to retain the oil's natural flavors and nutrients.
  • The extraction method used for this olive oil is the modern steel drum method. This involves crushing the olives using a rotating steel drum and then extracting the oil using centrifugal force. This method is preferred over traditional methods like stone-pressing, as it helps to retain the oil's natural flavors and nutrients.
  • The olives used to make this oil are grown in the lush hills of Beit Jala, Palestine. The skilled farmers carefully tend to the trees to ensure that the olives are harvested at the perfect ripeness, resulting in a rich and flavorful oil with a slightly sweet taste and a hint of bitterness.
  • Acidity levels are 0.56% It is also a good source of vitamin E and K.
  • This olive oil can be used in a variety of ways, such as for cooking, baking, and as a dressing for salads. It is also a great finishing oil, which can be drizzled over dishes like grilled vegetables, meats, and bread.
  • Beit Jala is a Palestinian Christian town located in the Bethlehem Governorate of the West Bank. It is located 10 km south of Jerusalem, on the western side of the Hebron road, opposite Bethlehem, at 825 meters altitude. The town has a population of around 13,367, with about 80% being Christians (mostly Greek Orthodox) and about 20% Muslims. In the Ottoman period, Beit Jala was a large village of Christian and peasant farmers, with each religious group having separate sets of leaders. The village produced more wheat and barley than surrounding localities, and like other villages south of Jerusalem, grape cultivation was greater than olive cultivation. It contained one of the six olive presses in the subdistrict of Jerusalem in the 16th century. Today, Beit Jala is known for its olive groves and wineries.

25.3 fl oz (750ml).

Farmer - Basheer Elsous (read about him below 👇)

We ship our product from a US warehouse, in prime condition to preserve the olive oil quality, and takes between 2-5 business days to arrive.

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Basheer Elsous

Meet the passionate farmer of Beit Jala's olive oil, who has dedicated his life to the land and the trees that have been part of his family for over 4 generations.

He works tirelessly to bring you the purest olive oil, using a combination of traditional and modern extraction methods. For him, olive trees are the roots of Palestinian culture and a symbol of the people's resilience.

He believes that knowledge of making olive oil should be shared freely, and he is always willing to teach. Join us in celebrating his love and dedication to the craft of producing the finest olive oil.

What does olive trees mean to you? "everything :)"