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La maison de l'Olive à Paris.
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Crème de pistache | Pâte de pistache
Nos pistaches
A découvrir
La maison de l'Olive à Paris.
Accueil
Contact

Pistachios picking

Aleppo factory.
Separator.
Last verification.
Storage without daylight.
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Historique de la pistache d'Alep.
Historique de la pistache d'Alep.
Pistachios from Aleppo : several varieties from differents Domaines.
La Pistache Royale

La Pistache Royale

Séjour en Syrie : à la découverte de la pistache.
Recettes salées et/ou sucrées à base de Pistache.
Partenaires de La Pistache Royale.

Pistachios from Aleppo : Several varieties from differents Domaines

 

Everyone knows pistachios, but not everyone knows the pistachios from Aleppo.

 

The first wild pistachio tree dates back to 7AD from the region of Aleppo. By the 3rd century, the pistachio spread to neighbouring countries ans in the the course of the following centuries, we find the tree widespread around the Mediterranean.

Meanwhile in the Aleppo Valley the pistachio blossomed producing a dozen varieties, a unique diversity!

These varieties differ both in the color ans the size of the fruit on the tree.

As the taste ans scent, the soil ans position of the trees provide the variations.

This is why the pistachios from Aleppo an be used in a variety of manner, sweet or salted, in everyday cooking or Haute Cuisine.

Above all, the pistachios is to be tasted fresh, and in season, as it is after all a fruit!

Thanks to the diversity ans exceptional quality, the pistachio has become an important ingredient in the traditional cuisine of the aleppo valley and is worthy of being called ' The Royal Pistachio'.

We have great pleasure in proposing several varieties from differents Domaines in the valley to our existing and future pistachio fans.

Pistachios from Aleppo have always been cultivated in a strictly traditional manner by hand.

No machinery, chemical treatments or fertiliser are used in the preservation of the quality of the fruit.

The number of trees planted per hectare in the Aleppo valley is the smallest in the world in order to benefit from the elements in the soil and air.

The valley benefit from a micro-climate with the maximum of 45°; more or less regular rainfall ans a dry winter with temperatures that never drop below -5°C centigrade.

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