Chefs use a variety of specialized equipment, from a garlic masher to a garlic smasher. Diversify your gourmet toolkit with this Groupon.
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- $25 for an olive-oil tasting session for two (a $50 value)
Couples taste selections from a spectrum of olive oils, including at least two extra-virgin offerings and two robust varieties. Next, guests can try any and all of the company’s spread of flavored olive oils and balsamic vinegars. Staff members are on hand to provide bread, answer any questions, and fend off any Popeyes. At the end of the experience, pairs choose one of two gift bags: the first containing 375 milliliters of olive oil and 375 milliliters of balsamic vinegar, and the second containing three 200-milliliter bottles of olive oil or balsamic vinegar.
- $15 for $30 worth of olive oil and specialty products
Customers must make their purchases in-store. The business’ flavorful offerings include extra-virgin olive oils from a variety of fruit, flavored varieties infused with lemon, blood orange, or wild mushroom, and balsamic vinegar enlivened with notes of red apple, coconut, dark espresso, and aged fig. All bottles start at $12.95 for 200 milliliters.
New England Olive Oil Company
Established in early 2012, New England Olive Oil Company aims to add flavorful dimension to a kitchen staple. The tasting bar’s selection of extra virgin olive oils are crafted from fresh olives grown all over the globe, and range from mild, slightly fruity offerings such as the Arbosana to the robust, delightfully bitter Chilean Barnea. Fresh pestos, flavored balsamics, and specialty oils infused with roasted almond and white truffle round out the shop’s selection, allowing cooks to add subtle hints of flavor to a meal without having to hypnotize a chicken into thinking it’s a mushroom.
98% of 370 customers recommend
“delicious basalmic vinegars!!!”
“I had not heard of your company before, but thought it was great that there were so many flavors. I will be back in future to try more.”
“very helpful never had been there”