Archaeological excavations in the region have revealed ruins from the Mycenaean civilization.
The regional name Psili Rachi (meaning Thin Back) reflects the morphology of the region, i.e. region with hills and slopes.
A pre-requisite for the design of the container for this olive grove was the deep study of the formalism and the art of the Mycenaean era. Through multiple filtering levels of the design patterns from that era and with strong influences from the patterns of the artful golden jewellery, which were excavated in the region, the futuristic shape of the drop prevailed.
The ceramic container for the olive grove in the region of Psili Rachi depicts directly the morphology of the region, while it carries strong characteristics of the Mycenaean civilization art. At the same time, the ceramic container communicates effectively the culinary notes of the olive oil; distinctive of the rich kai harmoniously complex culinary palette with a characteristic sweet aftertaste.