Baja Precious - Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Baja California (750ml Bottle)
- All Natural, First Cold Pressed, Maximum Acidity of 0.3%
- Genuine, Unadulterated, 100% Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- Lightweight Planet Friendly Bottle (BPA-Free) with Retractable Pourer
- Also Available in a Variety of Infused Flavors (Baja Precious - Spicy Infusions)
- Product of Baja California, Mexico; Bottled in Santa Fe Springs, California, USA
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Flavor: 100% Extra Virgin | Size: 750ml Bottle
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Top Customer Reviews
The spout on the bottle is great! I've never seen a spout like this. It pops up for easy pouring, then when you put the lid back on it goes back down without any effort. No more adding a pour spout and leaving it uncovered.
The flavor is so rich and wonderful I find myself putting it in everything. I'm so impressed by it that I just received my first order of their pepper infused oils today to try out in my next curry.
The price is very reasonable (2x750ml bottles for 25 USD) and definitively a good value. Compared to most Italian or Spanish premium extra virgin olive oils, the flavor is much more subtle but still well balanced and quite refined. It definitively brings to mind olive oils from andalucia - most likely due to the use of Spanish olive varieties. In fact, given it is so hard to find good quality olive oil for sale in the US (see below), this is definitively a good choice.
A note of caution: Olive oil is best fresh and only keeps for up to 1 or 2 years (even if kept away from sunlight and heath). NEVER buy bottles without expiry date. I see often very expensive Italian bottles for sale that have been on a shelf for years and completely rancid (the taste turns oddly sweet with notes of petrol). These bottles had an expiry date (excellent) and the date was very reasonable. Keep in mind that olives are harvested towards the end of the fall each year, so that European and North American oils are at their best at the beginning of each year, while Chilean ones go the opposite way.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I started getting Baja Precious EVOO a few years ago when there was a lot of media attention on the quality of various EVOOs and some Mafia connection thing where most EVOO is... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Amanda M.
We tend to eat out fairly often and while we don't consider ourselves "foodies" we have come to appreciate the difference quality ingredients make in a meal. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Rekiak