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Discount for high polyphenol EVOO

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Discount for high polyphenol EVOO

Postby Julie G » Sat Aug 15, 2020 8:29 am

Hi friends! I’ve maintained my relationship with Amphora Nueva to retain a discounted price for our members. They have a new shipment of a Chilean Coratina, that’s super fresh (harvest date of May 2020) with high polyphenols of 603. I recently bought a case and am loving it. From their description- “It starts off with a deceptively sweet and creamy front only to be followed by a slightly bitter center and a jolt of pungency on the finish, with classic notes of green almond and unripe banana.” If you’re unused to high polyphenol varieties, you may want to consider starting with a lower polyphenol count to acclimate yourself to the bitterness that accompanies higher polyphenols. You can reach out to their manager, (contact information below) for assistance in finding the best variety for your needs.

Normally a 750mL bottle is $21, but is available to members of the ApoE4.Info community for $16. Place your order by emailing Amphora Nueva’s Sharon Leone (snleone@hotmail.com). Be sure to ask for the ApoE4.Info discount.

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Re: Discount for high polyphenol EVOO

Postby JD2020 » Sat Aug 15, 2020 8:53 am

We have a store near us, and I purchased 3 bottles of their highest polyphenol oil. Yikes! I felt like it was overwhelming the taste of the food. I finally mixed it with some bland olive oil to tame the aggressiveness of it. Do you enjoy the oil? How long did it take before you got used to it? Does the discount apply to their other, less aggressive, olive oils?

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Re: Discount for high polyphenol EVOO

Postby circular » Sat Aug 15, 2020 9:28 am

JD2020 wrote:We have a store near us, and I purchased 3 bottles of their highest polyphenol oil. Yikes! I felt like it was overwhelming the taste of the food. I finally mixed it with some bland olive oil to tame the aggressiveness of it. Do you enjoy the oil? How long did it take before you got used to it? Does the discount apply to their other, less aggressive, olive oils?

The discount applies to all their oils :) Since you live close and aren't factoring in shipping (the cost of which they also pare down), you could start with one bottle at about 400 and settle there or work your way up. I would describe the higher polyphenols as peppery. I agree at the highest available levels diminish my enjoyment, something like how a dish that's too spicy overtakes what to me are more desirable flavors. But I do like some kick in my EVOO. If you're eating it daily I personally think you can choose a high but not highest level and benefit a lot.
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Re: Discount for high polyphenol EVOO

Postby JD2020 » Sat Aug 15, 2020 11:38 am

Thanks for the reply. I will dial it down and try one of the lower levels. I did this the way I do everything - 1000 mph, when starting at 50 mph makes more sense.

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Postby circular » Sat Aug 15, 2020 1:56 pm

JD2020 wrote:Thanks for the reply. I will dial it down and try one of the lower levels. I did this the way I do everything - 1000 mph, when starting at 50 mph makes more sense.

I'm sure you weren't the first or only to take that approach :lol:
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Re: Discount for high polyphenol EVOO

Postby Tincup » Mon Aug 24, 2020 1:18 pm

I don't think this oil is that "bitey." I enjoy it. Sharon was great to work with and did a super job packing the case (6 bottles in a box, two boxes).
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Postby ru442 » Fri Aug 28, 2020 2:35 pm

Tincup wrote:I don't think this oil is that "bitey." I enjoy it. Sharon was great to work with and did a super job packing the case (6 bottles in a box, two boxes).
Lol... she really knows how to package, I have first hand experience! Make sure you have boxcutters.

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Re: Discount for high polyphenol EVOO

Postby Julie G » Fri Aug 28, 2020 2:41 pm

Lol, agree. Unpacking a Sharon-packed box counts as exercise. :lol:

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Re: Discount for high polyphenol EVOO

Postby FitFoodie » Tue Sep 01, 2020 6:48 pm

Julie G wrote:Lol, agree. Unpacking a Sharon-packed box counts as exercise. :lol:


Thank you so much for the information about this olive oil. My order arrived today. Indeed, very well packed :) I've tasted the Coratina so far and love it. I also got the Favolosa oil, and a white balsamic.


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