$ 5.50These modern looking and cheerful pourers will brighten your kitchen, make it easier to pour your olive oil, and protect it from oxidation. They have a weighted flap closure, which opens automatically to dispense the oil and closes when the bottle is upright.
$ 18.00The Arbequina olive may be a small olive but it's big in flavor. With its origin in Catalonia, Spain, the Arbequina olive is a hearty varietal and harvested early. This oil is sourced from Chile and exhibits a buttery, fruity aroma with smooth mild flavor and a pleasant bitter sensation on the tongue.
The Arbosana varietal is the second largest produced olive in California. This oil showcases a mild-to-medium intensity with a fresh fruity nose. Lightly reminiscent of buttery artichoke with a slight peppery finish, this would be a nice finishing oil with notes of green tomato.
NEW!!! We are happy to introduce a varietal from the land down under!
The Barnea olive is a medium-sized varietal originally from ancient Israel grown in Australia. This extra virgin olive oil features herbal notes on the nose, followed by light green apples with almond overtones. This oil is medium intensity with a clean finish, and would be ideal for Mediterranean and Middle Eastern recipes.
This Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a blend of Leccino and Frantoio olives grown in Northern California. This delicious combination of flavors balances bitter with sweet, and ranges on the palate with delicate to medium intensity... fruity with a light note of nutty almond. Perfect for everyday use and great as a bread dipping oil.
$ 18.00Carolea is an excellent Italian oil with medium intensity and fruitiness. A light aftertaste possessing the balanced qualities of pepper and bitterness, followed with slight almond aftertaste, a light scent of apple and artichokes.
$ 18.00Mild and fruity Chilean frantoio olives make this a wonderful oil for salad dressing, bread dipping and marinades.
$ 18.00With a fresh fruity aroma, Greek Kalamata olives are probably one of the most well-known varietal in the United States (as an olive to eat). This extra virgin olive oil has a medium to robust profile and finishes with a mild black pepper kick. Full flavored and earthy. This oil is a great dipping oil for all palates.
$ 18.00Koroneiki olives were hand picked in the Peloponnese region of Greece and cold pressed to produce this fabulous oil. Some say this is the crown jewel of Greek extra virgin olive oils. Loaded with flavor, it is often used in recipes for chicken or lamb. Perfect for dipping bread and as dressing for salads. Acidity is less than .04%.
$ 18.00This is a blend of our favorite extra virgin varietal olive oils grown in Chile. You can count on this blend to wow your taste buds and be versatile with any food. Use as a base for a bread-dipping blend or for your salad dressings, as well as for your everyday cooking.
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New for 2020!
Special limited edition pre-made gift packs that include four small (100mL) bottles, recipe suggestions card, and special gift box that features a printed green logo.
Herb Garden Extra Virgin Olive Oils - Substitute these infused olive oils in your favorite recipe to add a fresh herb flavor!
Basil Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Chive Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Rosemary Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Oregano Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Yes, these are TSA-approved travel size bottles!
The Picual olive accounts for 50% of the production in Spain… about 20% of the world’s production. Virgin olive oil from Picual olives have high levels of polyphenols which are known to have antioxidant effects. Flavor notes: Contrasting fruity flavor with a peppery kick, this is a great olive oil for cooking as well as in salad dressings or as a finishing oil.
$ 18.00Enjoy this Mediterranean olive oil imported from Tunisia, one of the top producing (and longest producing) olive regions of the world. This versatile oil is smooth in flavor, with a rich mouthfeel and fresh taste. This is a blend of Chetoui, Arbequina and Chemlali olives.