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Olive oil: D'Espana? DiPalo's? Some other place?

Rina S | Oct 19, 2011 04:44 AM

I'm trying to decide where I'll buy my day-to-day extra-virgin olive oil from now on, because the level of quality has gone sharply down at the place where I usually buy it.

I'm used to paying about 30 dollars for a can (about 3 liters.) The kind of oil I like is full-flavored but not so sharp that it's scratchy on the throat.

Does anyone have any experience with the oils at D'Espana? I see they sell a 22 dollar botttle of some oil but haven't had the chance to try it. And how about the large cans at DiPalo's?

Or is there any other relatively affordable source for this type of oil?


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