Cultivar: Bella di Cerignola
Geographical Source: Cerignola, Puglia.
This is one of the largest and prettiest olives in the world. They are crisp and fantastically buttery. Their hefty size renders them easily stuffable—they pair especially well with garlic, cheese, capers, and anchovies. Packed in a natural brine that contains nearly half the amount of salt than regular olives.