Pamako. An unusual name for olive oil, hiding excellent quality and elegant packaging. Comes from Chania, Crete, in a special, glass bottle with certified health claim. His name also means drug itself. No, the word pamako not some exotic foreign language. It comes from the Linear B, the oldest written language in Europe, the first Greek writing.
Linear B was first discovered in the palace of Knossos, but clay tablets written in Linear B have since been found at Pylos, Thebes, Mycenae and elsewhere. It later and differs from Linear A, writing the Minoan period.
Pamako therefore a real oil "drug Nature ', which is high in polyphenols, natural substances known for their antioxidant activity. Minimum olive oils in Europe have certified to themselves as "medicinal" and Pamako is one of them.
The bottle and the two oil varieties are black, that special oil to protect against deterioration caused by sunlight. The cap is made of cork with wooden finish.
60% Tsounati variety & 40% Koroneiki Variety, available in 500ml