Liokareas olive oil has been gaining attention and popularity, in large part because we have a long history of making the product through traditional methods. Here are some of our latest Award Winner EVOOs. Read More
One of the most recent accomplishments we have achieved together is the mastering of the Liokareas Late Harvest Lemon oil process. Read More
There are more than 20 different types of olives, but color is not how you tell them apart. The color of an olive indicates how ripe it is, not what type it is. Read More
Both Greece and Italy are known for having some of the best extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) in the world, their products are unique, especially the way they taste. Read More
A brief rundown on the history surrounding the amazing Olive Tree and the use of the Olives themselves. Read More
A brief breakdown of the history behind Valentine's Day and the impact it has in today's culture. Read More
A brief narration through the process of harvesting the olives and producing one of the finest olive oils in the world. Read More
Olives are a common food for those who live near the Mediterranean Sea. The region is known for having delicious, healthy food that helps to extend the lives of those who reside there, and olives play a role in the healthier diet. Read More
Within the food industry, there is some serious discussion over when and where to use extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) when preparing food. Even those who are against its use in cooking regularly recognize the benefits and say that sometimes it is best to use EVOO. However, the conversation typically revolves around how best to use it.
At Liokareas, we strive for the best of the best when it comes to quality. There are many factors that distinguish one olive oil from the next. Read More
Why do the Koroneiki olive picked vary from GREEN, YELLOW GREEN, & DARK?
Olive oil is used in a great variety of recipes to give a unique taste to a dish. While most people are aware there are different types of olive oil, they often do not know what the different designations mean. Long before it reaches your kitchen, olive oil goes through a lot of processing and testing to ensure that it meets your needs. The primary factor in determining how a particular olive oil is classified is the level of acidity of the olive oil. Read More