What's your favorite kind of olive oil?
>don't know if pic related is any good I just love the bottle design
This. Way better than much more expensive oil, very good price/quality. As a rule of thumb, if it is stocked at major grocery stores and have the word Italian on it, it is probably not what it is labeled as no matter how expensive it is.
Another rule of thumb is, if the bottle is clear, it is not good quality oil as light causes photo oxidation and if they don't worry about that, it is very unlikely that they have anything worth protecting in that bottle.
I've been trying a lot of different oils, sad to say that I haven't found a distinct favorite yet
My current go to is pic related. It's alright but doesn't knock my socks off
I guess i'm just looking for something with a bit more flavor. I don't like the neutral, nothing taste that some olive oils give out
That's the olio I buy, but I buy I buy it in the big tin.
>As a rule of thumb, if it is stocked at major grocery stores and have the word Italian on it, it is probably not what it is labeled as
Thusly. The mafia runs the olive oil export industry in Italy. They take the cheapest, most oxidized crap they can't sell in Europe, slap an "Extra Virgin" label on it and ship it over here.
Publix regularly have that as bogo so it is actually comes to way cheaper than crappy generic italian "olive" oil brands. On the other hand you will be supporting dirty hippies in California so it's your call.
I buy this brand because it's Australian and I am too which means I can be pretty sure it's actually olive oil.
Does anyone know how smoked olive oil tastes? Any significant difference?