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Favuzzi Intense Coratina

Favuzzi Intense Coratina

An extra virgin olive oil that lives up to its name! The Favuzzi Intense Coratina is a robust monocultivar from Andria, Puglia. Puglia is the largest olive oil-producing region in Italy. Coratina is very commonly found in Puglia. Although, it is often used as a...

Francisco Gomez Arbequina Review

Francisco Gomez Arbequina Review

Buttery and oh so creamy, this early harvest Francisco Gomez arbequina is a beautiful example of the cultivar. Picked before the olives start to turn pink. This is before version, they harvest at the end of September, or early October, weeks before a typical harvest...

Vignoli Tuscano IGP EVOO Review

Vignoli Tuscano IGP EVOO Review

A classic Tuscan extra virgin olive oil, this Tuscano IGP from Vignoli Food, is a delightful example. Claudio Vignoli, the master miller and olive oil sommelier behind the brand. He is the creator of this olive oil and has extensive experience in the olive oil...

Rincón de la Subbetica Review

Rincón de la Subbetica Review

The most decorated olive oil in Spain! Rincón de la Subbetica is incredibly special, and everyone agrees, which is not always the case in the olive community. It has received more than 300 awards since 2003, and it is created at a cooperative. Cooperatives are very...

Francesco Gomez Picual Review

Francesco Gomez Picual Review

This is a beautiful example from Francesco Gomez, their Picual is vibrant, green, and packed with notes of green tomato, tomato leaf and fresh herbs. Picual is the most cultivated olive in Spain with over one million hectares planted. Often the terrible grocery store...

Tenuta Fanti Olivastra Review

Tenuta Fanti Olivastra Review

Tenuta Fanti Olivastra is created from a collection of trees grown on a sunny Tuscan hillside. This vibrant and delicious extra virgin olive oil is a monocultivar Olivastra and fragrant with grassy green, and herbaceous aromas. The Tenuta Fanti Olivastra is packed...

Domenica Fiore Novello Review

Domenica Fiore Novello Review

Cesare, the master miller and creator behind the Domenica Fiore Novello extra virgin olive oil and the Domenica Fiore label. He is a true artist of the land. His heritage is traced back to the region for over 500 years, and his family has been serving the area through...

Frantoio Muraglia Review

Frantoio Muraglia Review

When I picked up this stunning ceramic bottle from Frantoio Muraglia I was hesitant, to say the least. The tag had all the information that I was looking for, harvest date, olive cultivar, estate, etc. and I was delighted to find the most delicious Peranzana upon...

The Olive Farm Review

The Olive Farm Review

As Canada’s only olive oil, it is such a pleasure to review The Olive Farm, olive oil and enjoy this juice! Only 45 litres were created from this harvest. That's only a few drops when compared to many commercial productions. To get a chance to taste this oil is so...

Lakoniko Estate Koroneiki Review

Lakoniko Estate Koroneiki Review

Estate Koroneiki, this oil is packed with fresh green notes of green apple, unripe banana, fresh artichoke, arugula and lots of black pepper

Domenica Fiore Reserva Review

Domenica Fiore Reserva Review

This complex Domenica Fiore Reserva is well-balanced and very robust. Looking for a bright, vibrant and pungent olive oil? This will soon be a favourite. From the first aroma to the lingering pungent, capsicum-like finish, it is a true example of an IGP Tuscan Blend...

Camino de Anibal Picual Review

Camino de Anibal Picual Review

  This delicious Picual from Camino de Anibal is incredibly delicious. Because this oil is picked to press in under four hours from harvest, the olives were milled at peak quality. The bottle even has chemistry on it! With a low free fatty acidity of 0.1% (Remember -...

Galantino L’Affiorato Extra Virgin Olive Oil Review

Galantino L’Affiorato Extra Virgin Olive Oil Review

This lovely fruity olive oil is from one of my favourite family olive groves in Puglia, Italy. Created in a mix of both traditional and modern methods, this olive oils filled with notes of green apple, green artichoke.

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