Based on the traditional Italian condiment gremolata, the bright combination of lemon zest, minced garlic, flat-leaf parsley, and just a hint of mint zips through this olive oil.
Fashionable high-heels click down the busy street, crowded by the outdoor seating of bustling restaurants. The sunset-illuminated white spires of the Duomo glow over rooftops ahead of you as the road winds its way towards the central piazza. The modern urban energy of Milan may be contagious, but the air is still scented by recipes like cotoletta alla milanese, unchanged for centuries. Gremolata one of those recipes, traditionally served with osso buco, veal and other slow braised dishes. Its infusion in this olive oil makes it a crisp, zesty medley of modern and traditional Italian cooking, bringing the taste of this modern and traditional Italian city to your table.