Extra Virgin Olive Oils – Fused and Infused

What is the difference between fused and infused olive oils? First of all, fused and infused oils are produced differently. A fused (or agrumato) oil olive is created when the olives are pressed simultaneously with fruits and/or whole fresh herbs. Each blend produces a rich delicious flavor of the combination of the olives and fruit or herbs that was combined at the time of pressing. This type of olive oil is not as common as infused olive oil, and has a longer shelf life.

Infused (or flavored) oil is produced when herbs and spices are added after the olive oil has been pressed. The olive oil picks up the flavors of the added ingredients, intensifying over time, producing a robust flavored oil.

Fused Olive Oils

  • Baklouti Green Chili Olive Oil

  • Blood Orange Olive Oil

  • Eureka Lemon Olive Oil

  • Persian Lime Olive Oil

  • Wild Rosemary Olive Oil

Infused Olive Oils

  • Basil Olive Oil

  • Butter Olive Oil

  • Cilantro & Roasted Onion Olive Oil

  • Garlic Olive Oil

  • Harissa Olive Oil

  • Herbs de Provence Olive Oil

  • Milanese Gremolata Olive Oil

  • Tarragon Olive Oil

  • Tuscan Herb Olive Oil

  • Wild Mushroom & Sage Olive Oil