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In Praise of…J-P’s Hand Pressed Olive Oil

June 22nd, 2009 · 3 Comments

How do you take your olive oil? Pure, virgin, extra-virgin, hand-picked, first cold press, single estate, non-filtered, Greek, Tuscan, Andalusian, Carbonell, Bertolli, Filippo Berio, Il Padrone, Masia el Altet, Tesco’s finest? Boof, here at yumblog we have bespoke olive oil! Olive oil personally pressed and kindly donated by a handsomely moustachioed Frenchman who goes by the moniker of J-P. A precious 87.5ml from total pressing of less than a litre. That’s the level of poncy, middle-class, Guardian-reading dandyness you’re dealing with here. Beat that.

A humorously shaped Alessi thing to anyone who can.

Perhaps.

In Praise of...JP's Hand Pressed Olive Oil

Needless to say J-P’s Hand-Pressed Olive Oil tastes superb.

Tags: Vegetarian

3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Olivio // Jun 24, 2009 at 11:48 am

    My olive oil comes hand pressed (or hoof pressed) by wild Moroccan goats and the olives are from trees planted by Caesar on the slopes of the Pantheon.

    Beaten.

  • 2 adam // Jan 22, 2010 at 9:00 pm

    ooo, ‘ark at ‘er…

  • 3 Sibarita // Mar 6, 2011 at 4:11 pm

    Excuse me!?! Hand pressed olive oil… oh puhleeez! Must have! LOL
    I’d like mine personally single knee-jerk mascerated in the merry merry month of May by Tinkerbell. Bwaahahahahahaha – do people really go for these “value added” definitions?

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