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I’ll even put it in coffee how many times have you said these words referring to something you like so much that you use it everywhere?
If you were to give a wacky example of something you would even put in coffee, what would you say?
What if I said oil?
Yes: extra virgin olive oil.
By the way, I don’t know about you, but I can’t help but associate Starbucks with this scene from You’ve got mail every time.
So we also listened again to Dolores‘ voice in Dreams.
But back to our evo oil, would you have dreamed of putting it in your coffee?
Howard Schulz did, and again the idea came to him during a vacation in Italy, this time in Sicily.
He even started a collaboration whereby Starbucks’ Oleato line is prepared strictly with Partanna oils.
Unfortunately, I never tasted Partanna’s oil but undoubtedly in Italy extra virgin olive oil is excellent.
For example, the oil that a friend brought me from Puglia was almost as precious as liquid gold, so good that I had to get it out of sight, because with bread on hand I would not have been able to resist.
I could almost say that I liked it so much that I even put it in my coffee …
For that matter, it is not so outlandish: if we think of the more famous bullet coffee aka coffee with butter.
More precisely bulletproof coffee which more than bulletproof is hungerproof since it contains clarified butter and coconut oil and is on a mission to maintain satiety without taking food in the morning.
Will Oleato follow the same purpose in your opinion?
Actually, Starbucks has introduced a line of beverages that contain other ingredients in addition to coffee and oil.
The consistency of the oil can undoubtedly provide more body to the coffee, and it may be that it also works in terms of taste, the variables are many both in terms of the coffee blend and the degree of acidity of the evo, but is it the sum that makes the total?