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Ottobratica is an olive which can be found widely in Calabria, especially in the Tyrrhenian coast of the region; it is also known as Dolce, Mirtoleo and Ottobratico. Ottobratica olive trees are mainly self-sterile and need other cultivars as pollinators (e.g. Sinopolese or Ciciarello). Ottobratica has good resistance to drought, humidity and strong temperature change. Ottobratica ripens early (which is why it is called Ottobratica, as its olives are harvested in October – Ottobre in Italian) and its olive oil production is average. Ottobratica olive oils are characterized by bitterness and vegetable scent flavours.