Like a sprinkle of flaky salt or the squeeze of a good condiment, Drizzle adds a big pop of flavor right before you dig in. (That’s why it’s called a finishing oil!) Drizzle’s flavors are sensitive, though, so keep it off the heat.
Blended: When a company mixes low-quality, old oils from all over the world and calls it EVOO. A lot of olive oil is made this way, but not ours
(Real) Extra-Virgin: Made from olives that are harvested and then pressed ASAP, "real" EVOO is the gold standard. Others make claims, but Graza is the real deal.
Cooking Oil: An EVOO made from mid-season olives for a more mellow flavor. Sizzle plays well with everything you cook.
Want to know a secret?
Most olive oil in the U.S. is blended from old, low-quality oils-yes, even the "extra-virgin" stuff. But across the ocean, chefs and home cooks are using fresh, never-blended olive oil by the gallon. This is that olive oil. It's made from 100% Picual olives from Jaen, Spain, where over half the world's olive oil is produced. That means a lot of people are already using the good stuff. Now you can, too.
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