Galheteiro em cortiça
Para azeite e/ou vinagre
Both olive trees and cork oak trees are native species of the Mediterranean region, often growing side by side. lt shall not be a coincidence that both of them, often together, have such strong presence in the culture and history of this region, and food is no exception. Cork has been long used as a stopper, mostly for wine, but in ancient Egypt and Greece it was already used to seal large ceramic jars to store not only wine but also olive oil. Dressing embodies this long tradition, by means of an oil & vinegar cruet, salt & pepper shaker and salad bowl: the full set for a proper Mediterranean salad.