In Greece you will see Calamata olives everywhere, as appetizers, in dishes on the traditional Greek mezze platter. These firm fruits with have a complex smoky flavor and a firm texture. They have a beautiful dark purple color and an almond shape; easy recognizable.
The Calamata is one of Greece's most famous and well-loved olives. Try pairing it with feta, or with a non-Greek cheese like a cheddar or a Gouda cheese. Hummus, pita bread, tacos will all welcome this olive.
Ingredients:olives, water, salt, lactic acid, olive oil, acetic acid, sodium benzoate.