High oil content, this is why it is usually harvested for oil purposes, although it is also used for table olive.
Mainly cultivated in central Spain (Ciudad Real, Toledo or Madrid) as well as in Andalucia, it is harvested when it has almost reached its complete ripeness. Color range varies from dark pink to purple.
Very intense taste, crunchy texture and flesh slides off the stone with no resistance.
Oval shaped, this variety is commonly known as cornicabra because of the small peak at one end that reminds to a goat horn.