Our Products

We are an active, 6 hectares farm with approximately 60 almond trees, 160 olives trees and a variety of aromatic wild herbs.

We produce in small quantities, which allows us to offer a range of high quality and exclusive products.

Our product line is sophisticated and makes ideal gifts.

All our products are natural, with no added preservatives.

Olive oil–Extra Virgin

The majority of our olive trees are Aberquines, but we also have a number of Verdale and Cornicabra trees.

The olives are harvested by hand over a five day period each year then taken to a local mill.

The olives are then cold-pressed, ensuring the best taste and quality.

Our olive oil, which is of a ripe, fruity variety, is a sweet oil that balances both acidity and spiciness. It works perfectly with any type of dish and brings out the natural flavors of your meal. This oil has an aromatic richness.

Our oil is lab tested for quality and nutritional content before being bottled and labelled at the estate.


We currently cultivate 3 almond varieties: Larguetas, Marconas and Communes.

The almonds are harvested by hand at the end of every summer.

Once the outer hull is removed, the almonds are laid out to dry in the sun. They are then carefully stored in baskets until they can be processed.


The raw almonds are sweet and crunchy and have a delicate perfume.

Our almonds are also lab tested for quality and nutritional content.

Aromatics herbs

This region of Catalonia supports a wide variety of aromatic and medicinal herbs.


At Cal Tonillo we grow many of these, including thyme, rosemary, fennel, and lavender that propagate naturally.

The weather specific to the region: dry, cold in winter and very hot in summer, enhances their taste and their benefits.

These herbs are harvested, seasonally, by hand before they are dried, stored and individually packaged.

Jams and syrup

Figs, blackberries, pomegranates, and quinces all grow wild in the area.

Taking advantage of this, we carefully pick them when they are perfectly ripe and preserve them in small batches of jams and syrups.


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