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In ancient Greek mythology, olives were revered as foods of the Gods. And no wonder, because these pressed oils contain a wide range of complex, earthy flavors in addition to a host of healthful antioxidants and enzymes. This gift set from Dry Creek Olive Co. is perfect for any occasion and holds the promise of fine and healthy dining for years to come.
Four varieties of olive oil
Includes pomegranate and barrel-aged balsamic vinegar
This elegant cruet combines hand-filled bottles of extra-virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar stacked one atop the other. A splendid gift for the food lover, it's also ideal for everyday use on your own table. Pure extra-virgin olive oil, with delicate flavor and a subtle finish, taken exclusively from the first cold pressing of Mission olives, an esteemed Spanish varietal. Balsamic vinegar,
A versatile gift for the food lover, use our House Olive Oil and Barrel-Aged Balsamic Vinegar together for salad dressings, marinades, or a dip for crusty bread. We chose our house oil for its extraordinary quality and taste - smooth and buttery, with a light peppery finish and pair it with our balsamic vinegar from Modena, Italy, chosen for its intense flavor from twenty-five years of aging in
Gourmet small-batch condiments elevate everything you add them to and make a great gift for the home chef. Old Town Oil was founded in 2007 by four brothers from Chicago, producing what has been described as a playground for your palate.
More than just a palate-pleasing olive oil to soak into crusty bread, drizzle on caprese, or emulsify into herbaceous dressings, this Italian delight has an all-American tale. The story begins with majestic Sevillano olive trees planted more than a century ago in Corning, the olive capital of California. Arborists then airlift the trees via helicopter to orchards throughout the Western...