There is no doubt that oil and kitchens share an infinite number of qualities. An example is its impeccable composition.
Everything begins in its essence, in its heart, in its root. The olive tree rises from the earth with strength and firmness just like walnut, chestnut or oak. Its golden fruit, prized by diners, has a long and meticulous procedure, which begins in October, with the harvesting of olives. This is also the case with the wood extracted from the forests, from the interior of the trees, carefully chosen under the guidelines of respect for the environment.
In the case of extra virgin olive oil, the process must be so careful that the best tool is the hands. The selection of the olives, the grinding, the whipping and its conservation are steps where the man and the olives combine their forces to create the best oil.
In the forest, the trunk is gradually transformed with felling, sawing and drying. Its shape, texture and colour live their total metamorphosis when a human team works with the aim of designing, improving, manufacturing and disseminating every little detail. And so, together with other materials such as steel, glass or aluminium, the shape, lights and shadows are given to our kitchen. A place where design and nature mix to create a unique and personalized space in our home.
This parallelism is not only found in the process, but also in its characteristics. Organic farming and good practices in forests is one of them. As is the purpose of returning to the essence, to the beginning: a kitchen that allows nature to be seen in all its splendour and an oil that resembles mother’s milk as much as possible.
The richness of this liquid treasure makes it possible to enjoy all kinds of palates thanks to its variety of olive trees. For example, the arbequina, the canetera or the borriolenca, unique for their exclusive colour, aroma or flavour; varieties that can be found in the Bardomus estate, with a special orography and location, bordered by the Sierra de Irta and Prat de Cabanes.
In the same way that these varieties are thought for all the tastes, the kitchens satisfy the necessities of each client. In the case of Doca, its variety in classic or contemporary kitchens and its wide range, allows everyone to find their best option.
It is, without a doubt, a reality that oil and kitchens share an infinite number of qualities: an impeccable composition, full of content and with a process pampered down to the last detail. Everything, with one purpose: that today’s kitchen furniture lasts in time for its value, just as the memory of a unique oil lasts. Any palate that has tasted the arbequina variety of Bardomus will remember its fragrance and fluidity. Also the peculiar and slightly bitter taste of the borriolenca, or the chlorophyllic sensation of the canetera.
But the best quality they share is undoubtedly the passage of time. To be able to apply the ancestral techniques that past generations have known how to preserve until our days. But also to apply the benefits that the technological and modern advances have contributed to us.
And with all this, to be able to accompany a unique cuisine with a unique oil. Or a unique oil with a unique cuisine. We already know that the order of factors does not alter the product.
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