See also: Manzanilla
Probably named for the town near Seville.
- A pale, dry fino sherry.
- A kind of small roundish olive with a small freestone pit, a fine skin, and a somewhat bitter taste.
- Manzanillas are commonly pitted and stuffed with Spanish pimientos.
- 1984, United States International Trade Commission, Bottled green olives from Spain (page A-24)
- Prices for the two main types of Spanish style green olives - manzanillas and queens - vary according to the size of the crop of each. In some years queens will be more expensive than manzanillas […]
manzanilla f (plural manzanillas)