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Organic Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oil

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  • Ingredients: Organic 100% Italian extra virgin oil

    Superior category olive oil obtained directly from olives and solely by mechanical means. Recommended Maximum Heating Temperature 190°C

    Product volumes: 250ml, 500ml, 1L

    The hot, dry summers and mild, moist winters of southern Italy ensure that Clearspring Organic Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oil offers versatility and character in abundance.

    This special blend of mild and fruity Dolce di Rossano olives from Calabria with more pungent Coratina olives from Puglia produce an oil that is ideal for salads, sautéing, baking, dressings and dips.

    Product Codes: SA175 (250ml), SA125 (500ml), SA130 (1L)
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  • Suitable for cold use. Recommended maximum heating temperature: 190°C.

Customer Reviews

Based on 27 reviews
Graeme Bell
Pleasantly surprised

Nice tasting oil, I am no expert but I have been trying different oils as some seem really cheap. Its very hard to find a decent one but this one seems different. There’s definitely a peppery kick at the back of your throat which is always a good sign. I would definitely recommend.

Jane Western
Awesome fresh taste

Really lovely fresh tasting oil perfect for salads

Mackay Mackay
Great products and service from clearspring

what else to say, efficient suppliers and great products, all thats needed really

NOT cold-pressed

The oil is cold-extracted, not cold-pressed. I was disappointed to see that when the oil arrived as the information here is labelling it as cold-pressed (in the questions to this product and categorisation). Please fix the misleading information. I wouldn't have bought it if I knew it.

Hi Martina,

Thank you for taking the time to leave a review. Regarding the term cold-extraction, we used to use the term cold-pressed, but due to strict regulations in the EU for Olive Oil, we changed the term to cold-extracted.

Before the regulation, the cold-extracted method was considered the accepted modern 'cold-pressing' technique.

However, the term cold-pressed can now only apply to the ancient traditional technique of hydraulic press, that is not commonly used anymore.

For further clarification, the cold-extraction technique is obtained at a temperature below 27°C (the same temperature as the traditional cold-pressed technique), by centrifugation.

Sorry about the confusion with the cold-pressed wording elsewhere on the website. We will look into rectifying this right away.

Thank you for the feedback and for flagging this up.

Margreta Jose-Baars
Superb quality

Italian extra virgin olive oil is the same or even higher quality as you would get in Italy, it can withstand the scrutiny of a local mama!