Azada was born at the start of 2009 inspired by my childhood memories.
In the 70s my father bought an abandoned plot of land in Tivissa, province of Tarragona. The plot had a small cottage on it which was surrounded by fields of almond and hazelnut trees which had long lost their yield.
My father dreamed of restoring the plot and return to the traditional form of harvesting.
At the beginning we used only a hoe (azada in Spanish, which would later become the name of my project) to harvest the fields. During the following years we bought over 20 additional hectares on which hazelnut, cherry and olive trees could be found. We even had a small vineyard where we used to produce our very own wine. I used to make my pocket money selling our produce to the local co- operative.
Years later I distanced myself from the rural life until I missed it so much that I needed to return to my roots.
This was when I founded Azada, together with Josep Maria Mallafre.
Kevin, founder of AZADA.
Kevin is passionate about traveling, especially to Asia and the Middle East where he has lived for several years. His hobbies are cooking, coffee and Crossfit.
Nicola is the mother of three children. She loves to eat healthy, exercise and enjoy a good series on Netflix.
Josep María is passionate about oils. He spends his free time on boat trips, especially in the company of his children.
Sergi loves nature and sports related to it. His great passion is The Semana Santa (The Holy Week) in Spain.
Juan's passion is traveling, especially when he does it with his family discovering the world. Juan is a coach and sports director of a rugby club in Majorca.
Dimitra is a lover of smart humor and good wine. She’s faithful to the ideas of family and friendship, and what she enjoys most is the cinema with friends and popcorn.
Carla is in love with plants, the sun and nature. She likes to illustrate with watercolour and cook with cinnamon!
Anisha is a serious foodie and is passionate about local produce. She loves to spend time with her family and friends relaxing on a terrace drinking wine and eating tapas, and taking long walks in the countryside.