We serve you a portion Cerignola olives. These olives, from the south-east of Italy, are large green olives with a mild taste and were well appreciated by the Romans.
Sumac is a shrub from the wig tree family and grows wild on dry, rocky soil in the Mediterranean. The sumac has purplish brown fruits that are used as ground spices. It has a citrus-like flavor and was previously used by the Romans as a substitute for lemon.
Lovage is a perennial plant from the fencing flower family whose scent reminds us of the aroma of maggi. The Romans spread the spice with their conquests through Europe. The leaves have a celery-like taste and can serve as a flavor enhancer. In addition to a good dose of vitamin C, they contain essential oils and a highly appreciated natural aromatic substance.