Garlic Olive Oil

Bottle Size

This infused olive oil is the perfect example of a versatile culinary oil adding robust and assertive garlic flavor wherever garlic is required. Imagine smelling the aroma of a freshly peeled garlic clove diced into small pieces. Garlic olive oil pairs very well with just about any white balsamic, dark balsamic or fruit vinegar and is the essential finishing oil in many Mediterranean dishes. 

COMPLEMENTS: Salad, meat, seafood, pasta, bread, potatoes, vegetables

VINEGAR PAIRINGS: Blackberry Ginger, Cinnamon Pear, Italian Espresso, Mango, Peach, Habanero Honey, Sicilian Lemon or Traditional Aged Balsamic.


-Combine with Traditional to drizzle on salads

-Combine with Peach  or Pineapple for a chicken or tofu marinade

-Combine with equal parts of Espresso Balsamic and Harissa Olive Oil for a flank steak or chicken marinade

-Use alone or with any balsamic for roasting vegetables or bread dipping

-Drizzle over pasta, baked potatoes, rice or mashed potatoes

Customer Reviews

Based on 65 reviews
Karen Brown

I love the flavor it adds to my salads and vegetables

Bobbie Middlebrooke
Garlic Olive Oil

Love the garlic olive oil.

Jennifer Williams
Excellent gifts for families and friends!

We have enjoyed our Lot22 products and share about them out them when we have guests for meals. It’s been a great follow up to send our guests their own after visits for birthdays and holidays. Everyone enjoys the variety of flavors and the quality of the products.

The best accidental purchase!

I ran in for a refill of my usual Pepperoncini Garlic oil and accidentally grabbed the Garlic instead. I am so glad I did! It doesn't have the spice but the flavor is amazing--so good in omelettes, on roasted potatoes, and I've used it in my pizza dough too. It's a good, strong garlic flavor and I don't have to get my hands all garlicky chopping garlic cloves! I'll be back to get more when I run out.

Roslyn Dublin
Garlic Olive Oil…..

Love it!!! You won’t be disappointed!! Garlic flavor without the actual minced or whole garlic needed.