Varietal Olive Oils
Fresh crushed olive oil is like fresh squeezed fruit juice in that it contains the most flavor and nutrients. Becoming intimately familiar with a particular extra virgin olive oils flavor characteristics and chemistry, i.e., antioxidant content, oleic acid, FFA, and crush date will help you make an educated decision about which olive oil is right for you.
We now include this information for our Varietal Oils. See our Crucial Olive Oil Chemistry Definition Key, for a ccomplete understanding of these properties.
We are proud to offer the freshest Extra Virgin Olive Oil available from both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres.
We do our best to ship the exact oil that you order, if necessary, substitutions for varietals will be made with an extra virgin olive oil/varietal with similar./same characteristics, i.c. mild, medium, bold or robust.
Arbequina (Chile) Mild Intensity – May 2020
This Robust Arbequina displays notes of cut grass, green almond and savory artichoke. Fresh grassy front with a peppery finish. The oil has a nice creamy body with medium-high values of bitterness and spiciness.Biophenols: 413 FFA: .22Oleic Acid: 72.5 Peroxide: 6.2DAGs: 93.8 PPP: 1.0Organoleptic Taste Panel Assessment: Fruitiness: 4.5 Bitterness: 3.8 Pungency: 4.0
*As measured at the time of crush.
Country of Origin: Chile IOO024Learn More
Coratina (Chile) Robust Intensity – May 2020
Our Chilean Coratina is remarkably high in phenols, displaying notes of dandelion greens and wild grass. Classic notes of green almond and banana. Delayed pepper note that is wonderfully bitter. This Coratina starts with a sweet and creamy front, and finishes with a jolt of bitterness.*Biophenols: 603 ppm *FFA: 0.17
*Oleic Acid: 76.9 *Peroxide: 5.3
*DAGs: 96.3 *PPP: 1.0Organoleptic Taste Panel Assessment: Fruitiness: 5.5 Bitterness: 4.5 Pungency: 5.0
*As measured at the time of crush. May 2018
Country of Origin: Chile IOO510Learn More
Frantoio/Leccino (Chile) Robust Intensity May 2020
This class example of a Frantoio-Leccino displays a beautifully soft fragrant nose. It is malty, creamy and displays notes of green apple and dried herbs. There is a nice astringency and bitterness on the back end. This beautiful blend of two classic olives makes a unique oil. Notes of fennel seed, cinnamon and nutmeg lead to a clean pungent finish. Well balanced and loaded with truly unique flavors.
*Biophenols: 491 ppm *FFA: 0.15
*Oleic Acid: 71.4 *Peroxide: 5.1
*DAGs: 95.9 *PPP: <1.0
Organoleptic Taste Panel Assessment:
Fruitiness: 5.5 Bitterness: 4.0 Pungency: 4.0
*As measured at the time of crush
Crush Date: MAY 2020 100152Learn More
Hojiblanca (Australia) Mild Intensity
This is truly an exquisite Hojiblanca. It has an incredibly delightful fruity nose. It is sweet, mild, and has a very rich mouth feel. There are beautiful notes of honeydew melon, creamy stone fruit, sweet tomato, herbs, and no bitterness. This variety is sure to please the palate.Biophenols: 188.3 ppm FFA: 0.19Oleic Acid: 76.5 Peroxide: 3.2DAGs: 93.6 PPP: 1.0Organoleptic Taste Panel Assessment:Fruitiness: 5.0 Bitterness: 2.4 Pungency: 2.5* As measured at the time of crush May 2020Country of Origin: Australia 100273 Learn More
Koroneiki (Chile) Robust Intensity May 2020
This robust Koroneiki displays dominant notes of green banana, with stone fruit and bitter greens. And a lingering pepper finish.Biophenols: 430 FFA: 0.16Oleic Acid: 76.7 Peroxide: 5.4DAGs: 94.6 PPP: 1.0Organolepetic Taste Panel Assessment: Fruitiness: 5.5 Bitterness: 4.0 Pungency: 4.0*As measured at the time of crush. May 2020Country of Origin: Chile 1OO219 Learn More
$17.95This Chilean Picual has a beautiful floral nose, displays notes of artichoke and leafy greens with a well balanced pepper sensation. Always a favorite! Biophenols: 319.9 FFA: 0.13Oleic Acid: 70. 7 Peroxide: 5.8DAGs: 97.0 PPP: 1.0Organoleptic Taste Panel Assessment:Fruitiness: 5.5 Bitterness: 3.0 Pungency: 4.0* As measured at the time of crush
Country of Origin: CHILE (1OO153) MAY 2020Learn More