Tuesday, April 08, 2014

Olive You

On this visit to Port Townsend we found a brand new shop, an olive oil and vinegar tasting bar called the Lively Olive.  It was awesome.

Each white crock has balsamic vinegar and the stainless steel vats have the olive oils.  Beside each container was a small bottle containing  either oil or vinegar, and a small plastic cup for the tasting.

The shop was beautiful.  Brand new, brightly lit, with a helpful, friendly, and knowledgeable staff.  
There were three sizes of bottles to fill and they were beautiful.  I couldn't decide on an olive oil, but I did buy two bottles of vingar, one for myself and one for my best friend.  I can't wait to try mine.
They don't have much of a website yet, but if you're interested - and you should be - you can find them at 929 Water Street.

This is my idea of "doing shots".

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2013:  Digging Through The Memory Bank
2012: Hoochie Easter
2011: Make It Yourself Or Just Stay Home
2010: If It Walks Like A Duck…
2009: Pink In Tacoma
2008: Not The Kind Of Flower You Pick
2007: Exclusive Holiday Visitation
2006: Basket Of Knowledge
2005: Sorry, no post on this day. The blog didn’t start until May 2005!


Belledog said...

They could have named that shop "Salena Bait". Yum.

How wonderful. I've seen a tea shop in Albuquerque that reminds me of their set up (with the upstairs, etc.)

You could do another roundup for the Guardian: way cool little stores I never would have found without a truck.

Belledog said...

Incidentally: great headline.