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A Relentlessly Fresh and Floral Marinara
While oregano leaves are known to host a strong, earthy flavor with an astringent spice, their flowers are more delicate and unique. At La Furtuna Estate, we choose to harvest oregano flowers because they contain more essential oils than the rest of the plant, emanating an enticingly fresh and floral flavor. When combined with indigenous Corleonese tomatoes, our uncompromisingly authentic Marinara Pasta Sauce with Oregano Flowers is born.
Handpicked Oregano Flowers from Monte Barrau
Irrigated with pure spring water, our aromatic 100% organic Oregano Flowers are hand-harvested from the slopes of Monte Barrau and Monte Castro on La Furtuna Estate, air-dried by the sweeping Mediterranean breeze, and blended with Bona Furtuna’s premium Original Marinara Pasta Sauce for a sweet and floral touch.
Pure. A true taste of Sicily that I can add a little seasoning to spice it up or use it as is. The freshest tasting sauce I've ever had.
Grazie Filippo! The Oregano Flowers are what really gives this sauce it's special flavor.
So good and easy, bought a couple of extra bottles to have on hand and sent some to my daughter. Made a great holiday present for a couple of people as well.
Thank you Lisa! The Oregano Marinara is hard to put down once you get started!
Excellent pasta sauce. Far superior to all other brands
I have been using this Bona Furtuna sauce for over a year now, with much enjoyment! Saw a recipe on the web sight using this sauce for Minestrone soup. It was amazing. Super simple. I will forever be making this delicious soup. I never would of thought to use this sauce for a soup. Yum!
Kelli, we're so happy you enjoyed the soup! We're obviously fans of pasta with marinara sauce, but we love exploring different ways to use the marinara as well. Our sauce is pure enough that it can be adapted in many different ways- soups, dips, or even a bloody mary with the Original Marinara sauce ;)