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The Taggiasca olive is a typical cultivar grown in Ponente, the western part of Liguria (Italy) in particular in the province of Imperia.
The name derives for its place of origin, the Benedictine Monastery in Taggia, a town in the province of Imperia.
The Taggiasca is distinct from other cultivars due to its rich flavour, its slightly bitter aftertaste and its soft skin.
Taggiasca olives are particularly tender and full of an extraordinary, rich and delicate flavour.