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Experience the Freshest Olive Oil: Verde Valley Olive Oil Traders

Jerome, Arizona: a town suspended in time, where history echoes through its narrow streets and rustic storefronts. In the midst of this charming, vintage atmosphere, a unique community of olive oil traders thrives. Verde Valley Olive Oil Traders is the perfect gift shop for an olive oil connoisseur!

Olive oil trading in Jerome is not just about buying and selling; it's an immersive experience that engages the senses. Visitors are welcomed to indulge in the art of olive oil tasting, where they can savor the flavors of different oils under the guidance of knowledgeable traders. Verde Valley Olive Oil Traders select and import only freshly crushed Extra Virgin Olive Oils from artesian small batch producers in both northern and southern hemispheres offering the taste of the freshest olive oils in the world. There are two locations, the first is in Old Town Cottonwood and the second location is just up the hill in Jerome.

A personal favorite when visiting the Olive traders is their Cilantro and Roasted Onion olive oil. This special blend has paired deliciously with many dishes I’ve made adding extra flavor to taste! With so many delicious flavors to choose from you just have to pay a visit and try them for yourself! Not just limited to Olive oil, the traders also offer an array of different balsamic vinaigrettes to pair as well!

Whether you’re looking for a tasty gift idea or some new flavors for your favorite dishes, the Verde Valley Olive Oil Traders is a one stop shop! After you've stocked up on your favorite oils be sure to check out the flavor of an off-road adventure for some fun!

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