Settle for nothing less than the world's BEST olive oil!  Perfect with pasta, on baked vegetables, sautéing seafood and vegetables, even on marinade in any recipe where garlic is an ingredient including shrimp scampi, garlic bread, garlic mashed potatoes, etc. Give it a try and you will taste the difference!

375 ml/12.6 ounces

IN-STORE ONLY:  Bring back the bottle for refilling!  Or bring your own container - we also sell this product by the ounce.  You can still order online and pick up curbside or in the store, even if you are refilling.  Just select 'Refill Our Bottle', check out online, then set up an appointment for pick up and bring the bottle with you.  If you'd like us to refill whatever container you have at home, figure out how many ounces it is, and select 'By the Ounce' when checking out. Enter how many ounces your container is for 'Quantity'.

Garlic Infused Olive Oil

PriceFrom $1.50

From the brand:  "We want to describe our place in a giant picture.  It is located in the southeastern most tip of the Peloponnese, Greece, in the region of Laconia. In ancient Greece, Laconia was the principal region of the Spartan state and today Laconia's capital is Sparta.  The region of Laconia is enclosed between two great mountains, to the west, the famous mountain of Taygetos, of which in ancient times it was considered to lead to the gate of Hades and to the east the mountains of Parnonas which ends at the well-recognized town of Monemvasia.  Crossing through the middle of Laconia is the well recognized river Evrota, which was the place the ancient Spartans used to train. At the estuaries of Evrota is where our Laconiko estates reside, less than 200 meters from the ocean in the sandy soils of Trinisa, Laconia, Greece. This is where our Laconiko olive oil gets its name, from the region of Laconia. Laconiko also gets its name from the word "laconic," which is also derived from Laconia by analogy and means "to express a quality thought or idea using a limited amount of words"

The Laconiko estate is in the ideal location, due to climatic weather conditions, consisting of 9 months of summer with intense sunshine, drought and the cool Mediterranean ocean breeze.  On these sandy soils where our 5,000 Koroneiki varietal olive trees are grown amongst citrus fruit trees, with the extended periods of sunshine and fresh clean ocean air, is where we make our world recognized Laconiko Extra Virgin Olive Oil that we now offer.  The sand is nature's best filtration system, eliminating impurities that may be present and assuring olives that are of extremely highest quality.  Our private estate is located in one of the Natura 2000 sites, which are reco