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Kosterina Olive Oil

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A review of Kosterina, known for their cold-pressed EVOO made from Koroneiki olives in Southern Greece. Great home gifts for yourself or your foodie friends!

Let me just start by saying, I’ve never received such an elegant bottle of olive oil! The packaging instantly made my kitchen feel elevated.

Something I learned from this company, is that the Koroneiki olive is the most popular varietal of olive grown in all of Greece! The founder has a passion for good olive oil stemming from her Greek family history.

The olive oils are organic, which I believe is super important for something we cook with so often.

These herb-infused olive oils instantly upgrade any recipe and these are quality oils. Anti-oxidant rich, authentically Mediterranean, and rich in polyphenals. In fact, Kosterina Original EVOO always has greater than 500 mg/kg, 8-10x more than your typical olive oil.

(In order to be deemed extra virgin, an olive has to have at least 55 mg/kg of polyphenol content. Another trivia fact!)

Kosterina also has a line of flavored vinegars and balsamic vinegars! Can we say hello to chocolate balsamic vinegar, which I didn’t even know was a thing?

I must get some other flavors of the balsamic to try with my famous chopped caprese salad ASAP. And the combinations with flavored olive oils will be so fun!

Next one I can’t wait to try is the spicy red pepper olive oil. I love a kick!

Head on over to and tell me which ones you try!

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