The Quesada family was first established back in the 1700s in the Jaen countryside at the small village of Torredelcampo, in a region Northeast of Andalusia. The province of Jaen is internationally known as the area with the most significant olive oil production in the world. A landscape anciently covered with fields of lush nature, of orchards, fruit and vegetables, combined with meadows and pastures filled with livestock. And all that with crops of cereal and olive trees, since the 1750s. Around the 1850s, Jaen experienced an expansion in the cultivation of olive groves. That was the time when our ancestors began the endeavour of farming olives through the family's olive trees. Thus, family Quesada has devoted its efforts in improving and expanding the production of olive groves across several generations until today. This is an effort resulting from our family’s deep love to our land and linked to our long-lasting roots grounded on a culture devoted to olive trees.