The variety is Arbequina olive, and a native woman of the people Arbeca.
Its name comes from the town of Arbeca Garrigues region. According to legend, the Duke of Medina, who lived in the castle-palace Arbeca led Palestine in the seventeenth century. The promise of a penny per planted olive fleece (not finally fulfilled) stimulated the cultivation throughout the region. Although there was no record of the same class of trees all over the place. This variety is considered one of the best in the world for both the production and the quality and consistency of the oil.
The fruits are small, spherical, symmetrical and are arraïmats. Ripening black color and without lenticels on the skin of the fruit. Shape rounded apex and broad peduncular cavity. It autofèrtil.
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