Generation after generation, uninterruptedly since the 18th century, the ancestors of the Rama Calero family have preserved the legacy of the El Condado region, which is the cradle of the olive-growing tradition in the province of Jaén.

It was in 1958 when Leopoldo Rama took the reins of the family oil mill and began to market the family olive oil beyond the boundaries of Jaén, successfully exporting it to other parts of Spain to bring to the general public a delicacy still unknown to many, directly “from the producer to the consumer.

Now it is his son Juan Antonio and his grandson Leopoldo who are keeping alive an age-old tradition that has given rise to the premium olive oil Oro en Rama, an extra virgin olive oil made from selected Picual olives of the highest quality.