For years, we’ve had a small, carefully curated selection of Provencal olive oils. Now, for the first time in a decade, we’ve found one we love enough to bring on board.
This is one of the best French extra virgin olive oils I’ve tried in a long time. It’s just what I think of when I think of Provencal oils: light, bright, delicate, with just a hint of grass and pepper. It would be excellent on a light salad, but be careful with the vinegar—a strong one could overwhelm the oil. It would also be phenomenal on fish.
Extra virgin olive oil
Aglandau, Bouteillan, Caillon, Grossane, Luque, Picholine, and other Provencal olives
Light and elegant flavors
The 2021 harvest has a fruity and citrusy aroma that leads into the exceptionally light and vibrant tasting oil. The bright flavor reminds me of lemony, earthy crushed coriander seeds. There's a quick hit of pepper that fades quickly and doesn't overwhelm the other elegant flavors.