Dipping Oil Blends

Posted by on Jul 8, 2011 in Dipping Oil Blends | 0 comments

Dipping Oil Blends

As the manufacturer we produce the highest quality quick and easy mixes. Why spend time fussing over your next appetizer?  Our easy quick olive oil dipping mixes are great for any occasion.  Simply hydrate for 5 minutes and add to your oil.  It’s that easy! Paired with one of our classic Beer breads and you will be the hit of the party with our gourmet oil dipping blends.





Dipping Oil Flavors:

Roasted Garlic – Our  number one seller!  Our roasted garlic blend has a burst of flavor with buttery hints that is sure to be a hit.

Tuscan – A touch of Italy with a Basil and Oregano based blend.

Sweet Basil Asiago– A touch of Italy with a cheesy base.

Roasted Garlic Asiago– Our number one seller blended with our finest Asiago cheese.

Roasted Red Bell Asiago– A base of Asiago cheese complimented with our sweet red bell peppers.

Mediterranean – Rosemary and Thyme are featured in this Greek style blend.

Sweet Pepper Medley – The mild flavor of the red bell pepper will keep you coming back for more.

Delicious Dill – Using freshly grown California dill is the reason this blend is a top seller.

Bruschetta – This Sun Dried Tomato based blend has a hint of Romano cheese that sets it apart from the rest.

Pesto – The Basil and Sun Dried Tomatoes makes this blend a winner.

Balsamic Herb-A tangy balsamic and fresh herb blend that is filled with freshness.

Balsamic Dill- Fresh dill flavor is abondant throught this special blend.

Balsamic Spinach and Parmesan-A fresh spinach base with a suttle hint of parmesan cheese and tangy balsamic.

Balsamic Honey Dijon– Sweet but spicy Honey Mustard with that rich Balsamic twang.

Fire Roasted Red Pepper– A sweet just off the grill flavor.

Fire Roasted Garlic– The great roasted garlic flavor with a buttery just off the grill flavor.

Tomato Black Olive (Puttanesca)– A smooth blend of tomato, anchovy, garlic and black olives that says “Italiano”.

Kalamata-Our Puttanesca blend with a punch of Balsamic Vinegar.




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