iGourmet Extra Virgin Olive Oils of the World Collection

The olive tree, symbol of abundance, glory and peace, gave its leafy branches to crown the victorious in friendly games and bloody war, and the oil of its fruit has anointed the noblest of heads throughout history. Today we value extra-virg...in olive oil for its nutritional and healthful virtues. Enjoy this collection of olive oils from Chile, Italy, Tunisia, and Greece to experience the range of flavors: Las Doscientas Extra Virgin Olive Oil: (Chile) This EVOO is light and healthy. Cold-pressed and delicious, this house blend is made from a collection of olives, each variety hand-picked from a small family farm. (500 ml) Fini Extra Virgin Olive Oil: (Italy) Pressed solely from Italian olives that are native to Italy, this glorious oil from the world famous Fini brand offers hints of almond and a very fresh quality. This EVOO is for those who crave the best the world has to offer. Enjoy this superb extra virgin oil drizzled over steak, salads or especially fish. (250 ml) Les Moulin Mahjoub Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil: (Tunisia) This olive oil from Tunisia is certified organic. This elegant, unfiltered oil is emerald in color with aromas of freshly picked vegetables. (500 ml) Extra Virgin Olive Oil by Iliada: (Greece) For 2,000 years, people have journeyed to Greece for its highly prized olive oil. This one comes from the southern part of the country. (500 ml) Please Note: Any oil temporarily out of stock will be substituted with a similar oil. This item is not packaged as a gift. If you would like the gift packaged version of this item you will need to add this item to your cart and then select our "Create Your Own" basket option to your cart for an additional $19.99. read more

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Since 1878, the LeBlanc family has been using age-old techniques to grind seeds and fruits on the same stone mill based in the tow...n of Iguerande in southern Burgundy. Except for adding electricity, Huilerie J. LeBlanc has changed little since 1878, the year it was founded. It is still run by a Leblanc, Jean-Charles, grandson of the founder. This is a product that delights the sauté chef while bringing unbridled excitement to salads. This unique oil with the taste of fresh green olives from France takes you on a culinary journey not unlike that of the major French "culinary stars" of Guide Michelin and Gault and Millaut to renowned restaurant chefs from Chez Panisse and Viognier. The best olive oils are the extra virgin olive oils meaning they have 1% or less acidity, as well as being "cold pressed". In the cold press process the olives are crushed between huge, finely chiseled stones to produce a pulp, which is then layered on mats and hundreds of tons of pressure are applied to extract the oil. These oils are unfiltered or refined. The Leblanc family has been perfecting this process since 1878. Remember great tastes start with using the finest ingredients. read more

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These flavored extra virgin olive oils are premium products compared to lesser infusions. Rather than merely infusing, Villa Manod...ori brand flavored olive oils are made by blending premium quality extra virgin olive oil with 100% natural essential oils that provide the various flavorings. Using a unique distillation process that preserves the integrity of the essential oils' aroma and taste, maximum flavor is maintained because no cooking is involved in extraction. The olive oil itself is made from select olives that are cold pressed with care. We offer four piquant flavors: Lemon: This oil is excellent to season green salads and fish. Rosemary: This oil is suitable to aromatize roasted meats and boiled meats. Garlic: This oil is great for seasoning bruschetta, fish, and shellfish. Chili: This oil gives flavor to sauces, seasons meat, pasta, or try drizzled on cheese. Varieties sold separately. read more

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For three generations, the Vea family of Catalonia has been renowned for advanced organic farming methods. Made from 100% Arbequin...a varietal olives, L'Estornell oil is delicate, fruity/sweet with a clean, bright deep color. Its slightly almond taste is directly attributable to the local practice of planting almond trees among the olive, a traditional deterrent to insect infestation in northern Spain. This is a certified organic product by the Spanish authority, the Consell Catala de la Produccio Agraria Ecologica. Ideal for use on salads, vegetables, fish, and in soups. Use for most hot dishes! read more

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Castelas is an estate bottled and produced extra virgin olive oil from Les Baux in Southern France. This Provencal-style oil is ea...rly hand-harvested and cold-pressed. With aromas of cut grass and flavors of artichokes and almonds, this oil has the perfect amount of peppery-ness to lend a long-lasting flavor. Enjoy this dazzling oil over grilled lamb, raw asparagus salads, or a simple bowl of baby peas. This premier oil has won numerous prizes including an exceptional score of 95 in the 2011 Flos Olei. The Flos Olei is the highly regarded guide to the world's best extra virgin olive oils, and the first guide dealing on an international scale with extra virgin olive oils, strictly selected by a panel of expert tasters. read more

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Giachi Oleari is situated in the heart of the Chianti Classico area of Tuscany and is the passion of brothers Alberto and Francesc...o Giachi. Their foremost objective in producing this Extra Virgin Olive Oil is quality. The cultivation, timely harvesting, accurate pressing and expert preservation result in this superior Extra Virgin Olive Oil in body and structure. Part of these olives (all hand-harvested 50-60% Moraiolo, 15-20% Frantoio, and the remainder a mix of Leccino, Pendolino, and Maurino) are picked in the month of December. The olives are quite ripe at that point and give a softer, more delicately flavored oil. The health and handling of the olives is always of prime importance, because quality - though undoubtedly a result of soil, climate, and the variety of olive employed - also depends on a manual harvest which does not bruise the fruit and a pressing which takes place no more than 24-36 hours after the harvest in order to prevent the olives from fermenting after picking. The result is their Dolciolio oil, which is soft and delicate, as "dolce" is Italian for sweet. Extracted from late harvest fully ripened olives, this oil is ideal to complement more delicate foods. read more

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The olive tree, symbol of abundance, glory and peace, gave its leafy branches to crown the victorious in friendly games and bloody... war, and the oil of its fruit has anointed the noblest of heads throughout history. Today we value extra-virgin olive oil for its nutritional and healthful virtues. Enjoy this collection of olive oils from Chile, Italy, Tunisia, and Greece to experience the range of flavors: Las Doscientas Extra Virgin Olive Oil: (Chile) This EVOO is light and healthy. Cold-pressed and delicious, this house blend is made from a collection of olives, each variety hand-picked from a small family farm. (500 ml) Fini Extra Virgin Olive Oil: (Italy) Pressed solely from Italian olives that are native to Italy, this glorious oil from the world famous Fini brand offers hints of almond and a very fresh quality. This EVOO is for those who crave the best the world has to offer. Enjoy this superb extra virgin oil drizzled over steak, salads or especially fish. (250 ml) Les Moulin Mahjoub Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil: (Tunisia) This olive oil from Tunisia is certified organic. This elegant, unfiltered oil is emerald in color with aromas of freshly picked vegetables. (500 ml) Extra Virgin Olive Oil by Iliada: (Greece) For 2,000 years, people have journeyed to Greece for its highly prized olive oil. This one comes from the southern part of the country. (500 ml) Please Note: Any oil temporarily out of stock will be substituted with a similar oil. This item is not packaged as a gift. If you would like the gift packaged version of this item you will need to add this item to your cart and then select our "Create Your Own" basket option to your cart for an additional $19.99. read more

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Truffles grow underground and range in color from almost black to off-white. The white varieties have subtler flavors than the bla...ck truffles and lend extra virgin olive oil an almost garlicky flavor with full, earthy overtones. The white truffle is in season from September to December and is also used raw, thinly sliced over pasta, risotto, or omelettes. It has a very strong, pleasant aroma. The unique flavor and limited production of truffles command a price of up to $900 per pound, depending on the type. A superb way to capture their flavor and extend their use is to make truffle oil by soaking them in olive oil. Truffle oils are generally not used in cooking, as the heat adulterates their flavors. Instead, they are added after a dish is prepared or used in salads and other cold dishes. This quality truffle oil from De Medici achieves its pungent, woodsy aroma and earthy flavor by balancing the white truffle infusion with the delicate flavor of Ligurian EVOO. This compares favorably to the more commonly available truffle oils made with Umbrian oil, as the more forceful Umbrian extra virgin blocks the truffle flavor while only letting its aroma come through. Add a dash of this important condiment to pasta, risotto, eggs, or just about anything that needs an earthy, perhaps garlicky kick. read more

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Nestled in the fertile Mejerda Valley of North Central Tunisia, the Mahjoub family produces one of the finest olive oils available... in the world market today. Handpicked in December and January, just as they are turning from green to black, the olives are crushed in the family's ancient gear press. Decantation of the resulting oil from the vegetable water is done by hand, in a process known as "a la feuille". This unfiltered oil is emerald in color with aromas of freshly picked vegetables. Soft and clean on the palate with a lingering, prickly finish. Certified Organic. read more

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The unique flavor of the Porcini mushroom, prized for centuries, has been truly captured in this wonderful oil. Using only the fin...est Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Organic Porcini Mushrooms, this classical oil will add that warm, woodsy depth to steaks, pasta, and of course, risotto. Try when cooking eggs or drizzled on grilled chops. Unlike lesser brands that only use Porcini essence or extract, da Rosario uses real, organic porcini mushrooms to give this oil its true, natural flavor. read more

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From the makers of France's world famous Roquefort cheese comes this exceptional, organic olive oil. Papillon is a cold pressed ex...tra virgin olive oil, with a low acidity at 0.23% (normally 0.8% for extra virgin olive oil) which gives it a very fruity taste, neither spicy or bitter, with notes of apple, artichoke and almond. Their organic practices ensure that there is no pesticide residue. Papillon Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a pure expression of the olives' flavor and retains all of its nutritional qualities. In the shadow of the Canigou mountain in France, the olive grove is set out along the Via Domitia, spanning over 74 acres of land bathed in the beautiful Mediterranean heat. Papillon extra virgin olive oil was born from this sun drenched land, obtained by a knowing blend of two olive varieties (Arbequina, a Catalan variety and Koroneiki, a Greek variety) chosen for both their aroma and flavor. The Papillon grove holds over 45,000 trees with a rustic Provencal villa and olive mill at the heart of the property. In 2008 Papillon erected a brand new mill to extract the olive oil: the Combusta Mill. This mechanical mill ensures the olive oil is extracted even faster than before, ensuring a smooth, delicious oil. Gold medal winner at the Concours General Agricole in Paris in 2013 read more

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Since 1878, the LeBlanc family has been using age-old techniques to grind seeds and fruits on the same stone mill based in the tow...n of Iguerande in southern Burgundy. Except for adding electricity, Huilerie J. LeBlanc has changed little since 1878, the year it was founded. It is still run by a Leblanc, Jean-Charles, grandson of the founder. This is a product that delights the sauté chef while bringing unbridled excitement to salads. This unique oil with the taste of fresh green olives from France takes you on a culinary journey not unlike that of the major French "culinary stars" of Guide Michelin and Gault and Millaut to renowned restaurant chefs from Chez Panisse and Viognier. The best olive oils are the extra virgin olive oils meaning they have 1% or less acidity, as well as being "cold pressed". In the cold press process the olives are crushed between huge, finely chiseled stones to produce a pulp, which is then layered on mats and hundreds of tons of pressure are applied to extract the oil. These oils are unfiltered or refined. The Leblanc family has been perfecting this process since 1878. Remember great tastes start with using the finest ingredients. read more

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These flavored extra virgin olive oils are premium products compared to lesser infusions. Rather than merely infusing, Villa Manod...ori brand flavored olive oils are made by blending premium quality extra virgin olive oil with 100% natural essential oils that provide the various flavorings. Using a unique distillation process that preserves the integrity of the essential oils' aroma and taste, maximum flavor is maintained because no cooking is involved in extraction. The olive oil itself is made from select olives that are cold pressed with care. We offer four piquant flavors: Lemon: This oil is excellent to season green salads and fish. Rosemary: This oil is suitable to aromatize roasted meats and boiled meats. Garlic: This oil is great for seasoning bruschetta, fish, and shellfish. Chili: This oil gives flavor to sauces, seasons meat, pasta, or try drizzled on cheese. Varieties sold separately. read more

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For three generations, the Vea family of Catalonia has been renowned for advanced organic farming methods. Made from 100% Arbequin...a varietal olives, L'Estornell oil is delicate, fruity/sweet with a clean, bright deep color. Its slightly almond taste is directly attributable to the local practice of planting almond trees among the olive, a traditional deterrent to insect infestation in northern Spain. This is a certified organic product by the Spanish authority, the Consell Catala de la Produccio Agraria Ecologica. Ideal for use on salads, vegetables, fish, and in soups. Use for most hot dishes! read more

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Castelas is an estate bottled and produced extra virgin olive oil from Les Baux in Southern France. This Provencal-style oil is ea...rly hand-harvested and cold-pressed. With aromas of cut grass and flavors of artichokes and almonds, this oil has the perfect amount of peppery-ness to lend a long-lasting flavor. Enjoy this dazzling oil over grilled lamb, raw asparagus salads, or a simple bowl of baby peas. This premier oil has won numerous prizes including an exceptional score of 95 in the 2011 Flos Olei. The Flos Olei is the highly regarded guide to the world's best extra virgin olive oils, and the first guide dealing on an international scale with extra virgin olive oils, strictly selected by a panel of expert tasters. read more

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Giachi Oleari is situated in the heart of the Chianti Classico area of Tuscany and is the passion of brothers Alberto and Francesc...o Giachi. Their foremost objective in producing this Extra Virgin Olive Oil is quality. The cultivation, timely harvesting, accurate pressing and expert preservation result in this superior Extra Virgin Olive Oil in body and structure. Part of these olives (all hand-harvested 50-60% Moraiolo, 15-20% Frantoio, and the remainder a mix of Leccino, Pendolino, and Maurino) are picked in the month of December. The olives are quite ripe at that point and give a softer, more delicately flavored oil. The health and handling of the olives is always of prime importance, because quality - though undoubtedly a result of soil, climate, and the variety of olive employed - also depends on a manual harvest which does not bruise the fruit and a pressing which takes place no more than 24-36 hours after the harvest in order to prevent the olives from fermenting after picking. The result is their Dolciolio oil, which is soft and delicate, as "dolce" is Italian for sweet. Extracted from late harvest fully ripened olives, this oil is ideal to complement more delicate foods. read more

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The olive tree, symbol of abundance, glory and peace, gave its leafy branches to crown the victorious in friendly games and bloody... war, and the oil of its fruit has anointed the noblest of heads throughout history. Today we value extra-virgin olive oil for its nutritional and healthful virtues. Enjoy this collection of olive oils from Chile, Italy, Tunisia, and Greece to experience the range of flavors: Las Doscientas Extra Virgin Olive Oil: (Chile) This EVOO is light and healthy. Cold-pressed and delicious, this house blend is made from a collection of olives, each variety hand-picked from a small family farm. (500 ml) Fini Extra Virgin Olive Oil: (Italy) Pressed solely from Italian olives that are native to Italy, this glorious oil from the world famous Fini brand offers hints of almond and a very fresh quality. This EVOO is for those who crave the best the world has to offer. Enjoy this superb extra virgin oil drizzled over steak, salads or especially fish. (250 ml) Les Moulin Mahjoub Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil: (Tunisia) This olive oil from Tunisia is certified organic. This elegant, unfiltered oil is emerald in color with aromas of freshly picked vegetables. (500 ml) Extra Virgin Olive Oil by Iliada: (Greece) For 2,000 years, people have journeyed to Greece for its highly prized olive oil. This one comes from the southern part of the country. (500 ml) Please Note: Any oil temporarily out of stock will be substituted with a similar oil. This item is not packaged as a gift. If you would like the gift packaged version of this item you will need to add this item to your cart and then select our "Create Your Own" basket option to your cart for an additional $19.99. read more

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Truffles grow underground and range in color from almost black to off-white. The white varieties have subtler flavors than the bla...ck truffles and lend extra virgin olive oil an almost garlicky flavor with full, earthy overtones. The white truffle is in season from September to December and is also used raw, thinly sliced over pasta, risotto, or omelettes. It has a very strong, pleasant aroma. The unique flavor and limited production of truffles command a price of up to $900 per pound, depending on the type. A superb way to capture their flavor and extend their use is to make truffle oil by soaking them in olive oil. Truffle oils are generally not used in cooking, as the heat adulterates their flavors. Instead, they are added after a dish is prepared or used in salads and other cold dishes. This quality truffle oil from De Medici achieves its pungent, woodsy aroma and earthy flavor by balancing the white truffle infusion with the delicate flavor of Ligurian EVOO. This compares favorably to the more commonly available truffle oils made with Umbrian oil, as the more forceful Umbrian extra virgin blocks the truffle flavor while only letting its aroma come through. Add a dash of this important condiment to pasta, risotto, eggs, or just about anything that needs an earthy, perhaps garlicky kick. read more

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Nestled in the fertile Mejerda Valley of North Central Tunisia, the Mahjoub family produces one of the finest olive oils available... in the world market today. Handpicked in December and January, just as they are turning from green to black, the olives are crushed in the family's ancient gear press. Decantation of the resulting oil from the vegetable water is done by hand, in a process known as "a la feuille". This unfiltered oil is emerald in color with aromas of freshly picked vegetables. Soft and clean on the palate with a lingering, prickly finish. Certified Organic. read more

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The unique flavor of the Porcini mushroom, prized for centuries, has been truly captured in this wonderful oil. Using only the fin...est Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Organic Porcini Mushrooms, this classical oil will add that warm, woodsy depth to steaks, pasta, and of course, risotto. Try when cooking eggs or drizzled on grilled chops. Unlike lesser brands that only use Porcini essence or extract, da Rosario uses real, organic porcini mushrooms to give this oil its true, natural flavor. read more

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From the makers of France's world famous Roquefort cheese comes this exceptional, organic olive oil. Papillon is a cold pressed ex...tra virgin olive oil, with a low acidity at 0.23% (normally 0.8% for extra virgin olive oil) which gives it a very fruity taste, neither spicy or bitter, with notes of apple, artichoke and almond. Their organic practices ensure that there is no pesticide residue. Papillon Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a pure expression of the olives' flavor and retains all of its nutritional qualities. In the shadow of the Canigou mountain in France, the olive grove is set out along the Via Domitia, spanning over 74 acres of land bathed in the beautiful Mediterranean heat. Papillon extra virgin olive oil was born from this sun drenched land, obtained by a knowing blend of two olive varieties (Arbequina, a Catalan variety and Koroneiki, a Greek variety) chosen for both their aroma and flavor. The Papillon grove holds over 45,000 trees with a rustic Provencal villa and olive mill at the heart of the property. In 2008 Papillon erected a brand new mill to extract the olive oil: the Combusta Mill. This mechanical mill ensures the olive oil is extracted even faster than before, ensuring a smooth, delicious oil. Gold medal winner at the Concours General Agricole in Paris in 2013 read more

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