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I received for review a sampling of the Laconiko Greek Extra-Virgin Olive Oil and White Balsamic Vinegar. I love trying new olive oils and balsamic vinegar’s as we are huge salad people in our house. Using the same old store-bought products can get taste boring so when I have the opportunity to try something new I am all for it.
Laconiko is a family owned business established by brothers Dino and Diamandis Pierrakos. Their products comes from their estate located off the sandy beaches of the Southern Peloponnese, outside of Sparta, Greece. Dino and Diamandis are fourth-generation extra-virgin olive oil producers. They started exporting their olive oils to the USA back in 2009. Along with forty international awards Laconiko won the Gold Award six consecutive years in a row for their olive oil products. They are the only Greek olive oil company to achieve this honor.
Featured in such publications as NPR, Olive Oil Times, Huffpost, and Forbes Magazine for their outstanding accomplishments as olive oil producers.
Along with their two estate extra virgin olive oils, Laconiko produces forty plus flavored oils, as well as Platinum Label Tradition Thick Dark Balsamic vinegar and a Gold White Label Traditional Balsamic vinegar.
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