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DOLCI Sicilian Olives- Castelvetrano

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DOLCI Sicilian Olives aka Castelvetrano

These memorable, yet hard-to-find olives are from Castelvetrano, Sicily! They are distinctly bright green with a meaty texture prepared with less salt than most olives…making this green olive perfect for the non-green olive lover!
A somewhat similar taste profile as Cerignola, but with a buttery, yet slightly bitter bite!

Also known as Castelvetrano Olives from Sicily.
8 oz bag
Castelvetrano Olives from Sicily
8 oz. bag
Also known as Castelvetrano Olives from Sicily

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DOLCI Sicilian Olives: Castelvetrano

DOLCI Sicilian Olives- Castelvetrano

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15 Reviews

  • 3
    Just Ok

    Published by John Arnold on Feb 6th 2023

    The flavor was really good on these but the texture was very inconsistent. Some very firm and very good, others very mushy and not so good. Not sure I would buy again, but overall, not terrible. That's about the best I can say about these.

  • 5

    Published by Hector Chavez on Mar 24th 2022

  • 5

    Published by Judith Revoir on Feb 11th 2022

  • 5
    A gift much appreciated

    Published by Unknown on Dec 27th 2021

    This was a gift and the recipient said the olives were so tasty, almost creamy. They loved them!

  • 3

    Published by Maureen Ausura on Sep 21st 2021

  • 5

    Published by Jeffery Fitch on May 12th 2021

  • 5
    Great Olives

    Published by Richard Logazino on Apr 20th 2021

    Perfect for my antipasti

  • 5
    DOLCI Sicilian Olives- Castelvetrano

    Published by Unknown on Apr 15th 2021

    We enjoyed these and surprisingly enough did not find them salty like other olives.

  • 2
    Just OK

    Published by Arlene Eddy on Jan 7th 2021

    Not a fan of these olives - they were a bit mushy. I do love Castelvetrano olives and they usually have a bit more "crunch". These were just too mushy for me. I'm going to take the pits out and make a tapenade out of them.

  • 5

    Published by Karen Albamonte on Dec 21st 2020

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