Cold Pressed Extra-Virgin Olive Oil
Get ready to fall in love with olive oil all over again. This selection comes from organically-grown olives—picked by hand and pressed just once within hours of harvesting for the best possible quality. Oh, and get this: the farmer behind all this goodness is a certified olive oil sommelier (there are only 250 in the world!). She just celebrated her 21st harvest as Southern California’s very first EVOO producer. We’re thrilled to bring these oils straight from the Santa Ynez Valley right to our Shop as an exclusive product.
Choose from four bold flavors:
- Nice to Meet You: This 100% Arbequina olive oil has a sweet, fruity terroir.
- Kiss My Grass: A green, full-bodied, and grassy oil made from 100% Leccino olives.
- Backyard: Made from Koroneiki olive trees imported from Greece, it has lush, fruity beginnings followed by the fragrance of sage.
- Best of the West: Made from Frantoia olives, this zippy oil has a fruity start and a bright finish.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Santa Barbara County, CA
All Global Gardens Extra Virgin Olive Oils are hand harvested and cold pressed on a stainless steel organic olive mill (within hours of harvest!).
Each bottle contains 375ml of olive oil.
Care & Notes
400° smoke point.
Shipping & Returns
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