This white tuna preparation is considered the finest made by ORTIZ. It is so fine that the box housing the tin of tuna in olive oil is dated giving the year of catch. Meant to be kept for several years before consuming, it can be eaten right now, but becomes even silkier and more flavorful with time in aging. You should keep some just to see what happens to the tuna. Then it should be eaten, almost right out of the tin with good bread and a bit of salted butter. If you want a quick and very satisfying meal, this is it. Or drained and added to a cream sauce and cooked egg tagliatelle, Ortiz Reserva de Familia, makes the best tuna casserole you have ever had.