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Conservas Emilia Garfish in Olive Oil 180g

(1 customer review)

$13.25

Conservas Emilia Garfish or relanzón, are little garfish caught in the Bay of Biscay and packed in the Cantabrian town of Santoña.

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Best Before: October 1, 2025

Product Description

Conservas Emilia Garfish or relanzón, are little garfish caught in the Bay of Biscay and packed in the Cantabrian town of Santoña. They’re much smaller and thinner than typical Australian garfish, and make a beautiful alternative to mackerel or sardines, with a firmer structure and less oily flavour. Conservas Emilia gently confit the garfish in olive oil before they’re tinned. Each tin contains 7 to 9 garfish.

The Spanish have a culture of putting the best of the season in a tin or jar, preserving it for later in the year or sending it to other parts of Spain. The Spanish don’t conserve poor quality food. There they have a bar culture where you order a drink and a little tin of fish, mussels or clams you pick at as a snack. Simple. Easy. Delicious.

about the producer

Conservas Emilia is a family owned company located in Santoña on the Bay of Biscay in Spain. They have specialised in the production of premium quality canned seafood using traditional Spanish methods since the late 1980’s.  Their approach is based on the simple philosophy of buying the best and treating it simply. What this means is a close relationship with the local fishing fleet that draws out of the cold waters of the Bay of Biscay and an incredibly rigorous handling and canning process. You can really taste the difference.

Additional Information

Weight0.2 kg
Dimensions15.5 × 10 × 2 cm

1 review for Conservas Emilia Garfish in Olive Oil 180g

  1. Robin Herron (verified owner)

    I’m a bit reluctant to offer praise, in case these become too popular. Garfish have always been a favourite of mine and the tinned variety are an excellent alternative to sardines, giving a milder and less salty flavour. They are excellent on toast with a good cheddar and diced tomatoes, or mixed in any fried rice dish to add a subtle fishy element.

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