An intensely-flavored olive oil created by pressing whole lemons together with olives in the Agrumato method.
Recipes: Blueberry and Lemon Gelato, Lemon Bundt Cake, Lemon Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad, Caesar Salad Dressing
Chef Recommended Pairings: Cascadian Wild Raspberry White Balsamic, Mission Fig Dark Balsamic, Pomegranate-Quince White Balsamic, Jalapeno White Balsamic, Peach White Balsamic,
Impossibly green mountains surround the valley before you, with rows upon rows of lush tea farms. The path before you is narrow: you can reach out on either side to brush the vegetation. This land is the home of tigers, rhinoceros, and elephants; of the beautiful, the exotic, the powerful. It’s unsurprising to believe that this, Assam, a lush region in the northwest corner of India, is the homeland of the lemon -- a fruit whose beautiful color, exotic texture, and powerful flavor has influenced and defined cuisines throughout the world. Fused with olive oil through a process of simultaneous pressure known as Agrumato, the flavor of lemons can brighten, sweeten, and change any recipe: from baked goods to poultry, from sauteed shrimp to dressed salad.