Today's Groupon is a $50 gift certificate for Ta-Ze's wonderful selection of gourmet cooking & personal care products - yours for merely $25 (50% off). Located on the 3rd floor of the Nordstrom Mall at 520 N. Michigan, Ta-ze is known for their olive products, including some of the best olive oils you've ever tasted.
Check out their awesome selection of gourmet olive oils, olives, and other gourmet products including vinegars, molasses, sauces, sun dried tomatoes, caper berries, and artichoke hearts. Not to mention their personal care products - body washes, lotions, shampoos, conditioners, and soaps - many of which are fortified with the power of olives.
If you ever need a great tasting, high quality olive oil, you need to go to Ta-Ze!!! I have officially been converted to Ta-Ze olive oil, instead of that bitter grocery-store oil. (I didn't know any better!) Not only did they let me taste whatever I wanted, every single item that I did taste was amazing.
With its enormous health benefits, the olive is a pretty big deal. Producing high-grade olives is a serious undertaking, one which requires a vast bureaucracy of unions & councils to dictate quality standards for olive-related products. You'll be glad to know that this vast bureaucracy specifically celebrates and affirms Ta-Ze's top-notch olives. Ta-Ze makes its olive products from Turkish olives make from The Union of Taris Olive & Olive Oil Co-operatives. The International Olive Oil Council has accredited only one olive union: Ta-Ze's Taris Union.
Groupon is so happy to eat Ta-Ze's delicious olive products and clean our underarms in their pleasant olive soaps. We're beginning to think that Ta-Ze olive oil is giving us special powers. Our office intramural basketball team has begun annihilating the competition, and is being considered by the NBA as an expansion team. All because of olives! Whatever excessive paperwork, rules & regulations all those olive bureaucrats over in Turkey are dealing with, our newly discovered 4-foot verticals make it all worthwhile. I suppose this shouldn't have come as such as surprise, given all the examples of olive power in classic literature and philosophy. Like the classic philosopher Torripides, who after the Roman government gouged his eyes out as a punishment for his intimidating stare, popped olives into his eye sockets and claimed that the olives eventually developed vision powers greater than his previous mortal eyes had ever obtained.