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Varietal Olive Oils


Hojiblanca 

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Origin: Spain

$17.95


Koroneiki

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Origin: Spain

$17.95


Arbosana

Extra Virgin Olive Oil
 

Origin: Spain

$17.95


Nocellara 

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Origin: Italy

$17.95


Picual

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Origin: Spain

$17.95


Arbequina

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Origin: Spain

$17.95


Arbequina

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Origin: California

$17.95


Criolla

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Origin: Peru

$17.95


Cobrançosa 

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Origin: Portugal

$17.95


Varietal Extra Virgin Olive Oil

- Mild

$17.95


Varietal Extra Virgin Olive Oil 

- Medium

$17.95


Varietal Extra Virgin Olive Oil 

- Robust

$17.95

When you shop our Varietal Extra Virgin Olive Oils (EVOO) at Saratoga Olive Oil Co., you embark on a sensory journey that unveils the richness, complexity, and freshness of each bottle. Here at Saratoga Olive Oil Co., we believe that the best olive oil is the freshest olive oil; and this is the freshest olive oil! We pride ourselves on "following the crush" meaning we regularly change our line-up of delicate to robust olive oils every 6-8 months, ensuring that you have access to the latest harvest and the freshest flavors. By doing so, we provide you with an opportunity to experience a diverse range of extra virgin olive oils that showcase the unique characteristics of different regions. Our collection features varietal extra virgin olive oils sourced from South America, Australia, Europe, and California. Each region imparts its distinctive terroir, climate, and olive cultivars, resulting in a unique selection that caters to various tastes and preferences. Whether you prefer a mild and delicate oil or a bold and robust one, our varietal EVOOs offer an abundance of flavors for you to explore. Use these EVOOs the way you would use any other olive oil, such as in salad dressings, balsamic vinaigrettes, bread dips, meat marinades, baking, and so much more! You can cook, fry, bake, roast, and more in extra virgin olive oil! Extra virgin olive oil's smoke point is very high, so fry away! The EVOO possibilities are endless! Shop varietal extra virgin olive oils at Saratoga Olive Oil today!

Customer Reviews

"Grab a loaf of your favorite crusty bread and dip away. Only one of many great selections."

—Hank ordered Italian Nocellara Extra Virgin Olive Oil

"A wonderful oil to cook with or enjoy on a salad. Very pale table and light and refreshing "

—Ryan Wood ordered Portuguese Cobrançosa Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO)

"This is my 2nd bottle of Biancolilla evoo. Some oils are too heavy. Biancolilla mixes so well with balsamic vinegars for basic green salads."

—Anonymous ordered

FAQ's

What is Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO)?

EVOO Stands for Extra Virgin Olive Oil and extra virgin olive oil is olive fruit juice! It is the unrefined, pressed juice of selected olives. This juice must meet strict guidelines and undergo chemical analysis requirements to be labeled extra virgin. Extra virgin olive oil is extracted without the use of heat or chemicals only by mechanical means. Extra virgin olive oil is considered to be the highest quality olive oil and is known for its exceptional peppery flavor and fruity aroma.

Is Extra Virgin Olive Oil Good for You? Is Extra Virgin Olive Oil Good for Cholesterol?

Yes, extra virgin olive oil is full of dietary or “healthy” fats, and contains antioxidants that have many benefits and are a healthy choice for cooking. Extra virgin olive oil has been shown to reduce inflammation, lower blood pressure, protect “bad” cholesterol from oxidation, and can help protect against heart disease. High quality extra virgin olive oil is incredibly healthy and can benefit your heart, joints, brain, and more.

Can You Cook or Fry with Extra Virgin Olive Oil?

You can both cook and fry with extra virgin olive oil. The fresher the extra virgin olive oil, the higher the smoke point. You can sauté, grill, bake, and fry in extra virgin olive oil! In recipes that call for butter or other vegetable oils you can swap in extra virgin olive oil for a healthier more flavorful choice. Just be careful not to smoke the oil and always work with the oil under controlled heat.

What Does Extra Virgin Olive Oil Mean? What Makes Olive Oil Extra Virgin?

Extra virgin olive oil means that it is pure olive oil. There are no added oils like canola oil, sunflower oil, or vegetable oil. To qualify as an extra virgin olive oil, the oil must meet strict standards, including low acidity levels, no defects in flavor or aroma, and adherence to specific chemical composition criteria. When extracting extra virgin olive oil only mechanical methods are used with no heat or chemicals. This leaves only the purest form of oil which if chemical standards are met can be classified as extra virgin.

What is the Difference Between Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Infused Olive Oil?

Extra virgin olive oil is an unrefined olive oil in its purest form. The main difference is that our [fused and infused olive oils](https://saratogaoliveoil.com/collections/infused-fused-oils) are infused with flavors like garlic, lemon, basil, and more. Due to the standards needed to be classified as extra virgin, fused and infused olive oil can no longer be classified as extra virgin due to the added natural flavors. However, extra virgin olive oil can be used to make the delicious flavored olive oil you know and love, it just won't have the same title.