Mentis Estate Greek Olive Oil & Sea Salt- Great Gift Ideas

December 20, 2021

NEW YORK – Mentis Estate Greek Olive Oil and Mediterranean Sea Salt are great gifts for family and friends or company promotions this holiday season. Add your personal touch with a customized label displaying an image or logo of your choice. More information on making Mentis Estate Olive Oil your own private brand is available via email: amentis@mentisestate.com and by phone: 646-302-3171

Mentis Estate Greek Olive Oil is a pure unblended olive oil. Mentis Estate has produced olive oil for three generations harvesting the Athenolia olive variety. The resulting oil is an aromatic and fruity nectar with an acidity of less than 0.5%. It is well-balanced characteristics described as pine, floral, nutty, buttery, and pungent with a hint of artichoke.

Mentis Fleur de Sel is 100% hand-harvested Mediterranean Sea Salt of the finest quality with the full complement of minerals. With a delicate taste of the Mediterranean Sea, it enhances flavors, improves texture of food and renders meals even more delicious. A special gift from the Laconia area of Greece.

Gift Wrapping Service

To add a special touch Mentis Estate is happy to provide gift wrapping services and can also attach a custom sticker on the bottle with an image or logo to personalize your gift for family, friends, and clients.

For these special services order directly via email: amentis@mentisestate.com.


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