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GIFT OF THE DAY: Onsuri Extra Virgin Olive Oil

We’re teeing up our holiday gift list, starting with something that’s tasty, heart-healthy, and packaged in a “keeper” can: Onsuri Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

Onsuri’s EVOO is made from some of Europe’s finest olive varieties. The groves are located in the heart of Jordan.

Thanks to the hot, dry conditions, Jordan produces excellent olive oil. And why not? Olive trees were likely domesticated in one of three places: Asia Minor, Mesopotamia, or the Levant, in which we find modern Jordan.

Greek, Spanish and local olive trees are tenderly cultivated on the Onsuri brand’s sustainable family farm, operated by the Bilbeisi family.

The olives are picked and pressed within the hour, a hallmark of the best extra virgin olive oils with the lowest acidity.

In olive oil, measuring free fatty acids is a highly technical way to measure quality, with 0.3% acidity considered the highest quality. Onsuri EVOOs contain less than 0.3% free fatty acids, meaning the company only uses oils pressed from the best olives, and with the highest production standards.

Onsuri sells single-varietal EVOOs and blends. Each one offers a different flavor profile that pairs best with particular dishes.

  • Arbosana Extra Virgin Olive Oil, full-bodied with aromatic notes of green apples and tomato leaf and a pungency of pepper on the finish; great with grilled vegetables.
  • Arbequina Extra Virgin Olive Oil, mild and well-balanced with aromatic hints of grass, herbs, and florals; delicious in a variety of sauces.
  • Koroneiki Extra Virgin Olive Oil, robust and vibrant with herbal flavor elements and very high in heart-healthy polyphenols; stands up best in dishes with equally impactful ingredients, like squid ink pasta or arrabbiata sauce.
  • Sensory Blend Extra Virgin Olive Oil, a subtle oil with delicate flavors; works well drizzled on finished dishes.
  • Signature Blend Extra Virgin Olive Oil, smooth and buttery; the most versatile Onsuri, a perfect partner for anything you’re cooking.
    There’s free shipping on all orders within the U.S. and Europe.

    Head To OnsuriOliveOil.com.

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    Can Of Onsuri Arbequina Extra Virgin Olive Oil
    [1] Arbequina extra virgin olive oil (all photos © Onsuri Olive Oil).

    Can Of Onsuri Arbosana Extra Virgin Olive Oil
    [2] Arbosana extra virgin olive oil.

    A Can Of Onsuri Koroneiki Olive Oil
    [3] Koroneiki extra virgin olive oil.





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