Our award-winning signature extra virgin olive oil is created from sustainably and organically grown olives that are handpicked from our orchards and crushed within hours at our on-site press.
Our organically and sustainably farmed olives are handpicked and pressed within hours at our on-site olive mill to produce this buttery extra virgin olive oil.
Our Rosemary Olive Oil begins with Pasolivo Cucina Extra Virgin Olive Oil (our lightest EVOO blend) which is then hand-blended with pure rosemary oil to create this robust and savory oil that is a delight to the senses.
Put a little heat in your holiday with Pasolivo Jalapeno Olive Oil. Made with Fresh jalapeños this oil is perfect for those who want a touch of spice. Pairs well with seafood, meats, Mexican dishes, and eggs.
Slow-cooked habanero chili peppers, peaches, and pears make this white balsamic vinegar a delightful combination of sweet and spicy.
A staff favorite, our fig balsamic is made with ripe, juicy figs that are blended for a smooth, sweet finish. Use this vinegar for salad dressings or reduce it for a deliciously unique topping on fresh berries or ice cream.
Our most popular salt blend adds a deep meaty aroma and delicious earthiness to a variety of dishes. This finely ground and sustainably-gathered sea salt is combined with flakes of real, dried truffles.
Looking to do more international cooking this holiday? Our Tuscan Blend is a great addition to Tuscan, French, or Spanish cuisine. It enhances the flavor of grilled vegetables and meats and is perfect on beef or chicken.
Perfect for your holiday treats, our Sugar and Spice Blend is made with cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, cardamom, allspice, and cloves with a hint of sugar and black pepper for a nice kick. Wonderful with pumpkin or sweet potato dishes. Try this spice in baking or international dishes.
Olive oil is an essential ingredient for cooks, but flavored olive oils are a newer option that can add a whole other dimension of depth and flavor to food.
According to legend, the city of Athens earned its name because of an olive tree.
Most people know Italy for its olive oil, but Spain is actually the largest producer of olive oil in the world. In general, when people think of extra virgin olive oil their minds tend to go to Europe because they have been producing olive oil for centuries.
Olive oil is becoming increasingly popular worldwide as more people learn about the importance of eating healthy fats.