Spain is the country with more bars per inhabitant in the world, making going out a founding element of Spanish culture. Historically, social relations have been built around bars. Whether between its walls or on its terraces lies the unmistakable gastronomy of tapas. To say Spanish tradition is to say tapas. And to say tapas is to say olives.
Olives have always been known as the Queen of the Tapas. There are plenty of reasons for this reign. Being a preserved food, they are always at their best moment of consumption. With a simple drain and serve, the waiter has the ideal appetizer ready. Having in its flavor notes of the four basic flavors; sweet, salty, bitter and sour, they go well with any type of beverage, well beyond its classic introduction in a dry martini.
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