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Wild Mushroom and Sage Infused Olive Oil


Delicious combination of fresh herbaceous sage paired with an array of savory wild mushrooms. The result is a sumptuous, savory experience. Try drizzled over cream of mushroom soup, on risotto, stuffing and aioli. It makes an inspired vinaigrette when paired with our Sicilian Lemon White Balsamic. Let this oil take your vegetables to a whole new level.

Vinegar Pairing Recommendations: Traditional 18-Year, Black Currant, Black Cherry, Cinnamon Pear, Lavender, Maple, Sicilian Lemon, Cranberry-Pear, Peach, Pineapple, Oregano, Pomegranate-Quince

Made from premium, ultra fresh, extra virgin olive oil with 100% natural flavor.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Sherry Sawyer

Love the mushroom sage oil. Has such an earthy flavor. I use it with everything.

Constance Feistner
Wild Mushroom and Sage Olive Oil

I really like using this when I make omelets. It gives a nice unique flavor.

Rosemary Rankin


Tara Pannell
Try it with Eggs!

Trust me on this. Go make a plate of soft-scrambled eggs and drizzle this oil over the eggs. A nice sprinkle of flaky salt and you’ll make sure to keep this one in your pocket for future use (like the next day!)

Delicious on steaks!

The Wild Mushroom and Sage infused olive oil is great when combined with the Cranberry Pear Balsamic vinegar and used as a Steak Marinade. It is nicely balanced for this purpose. Simply add some minced garlic to taste (I am liberal), with a one to one mix of the oil and vinegar. Place the steaks in a ziplock bag with the mixture, remove air and close the bag. Place in the refrigerator for 24 to 48 hours, flipping the bag every 4 to six hours. When you are ready to cook, add pepper to taste and pan sear or broil to preferred wellness. Steaks come out flawless!! Note - Pierce steaks with a fork or steak piercing tool (Meat Tenderizer) prior to adding marinade for better absorption of marinade. ENJOY!

I generally use Sirloin Steak Tips for this mixture and cook in a pan at medium high heat, adding the remaining marinade from the bag a little at a time as needed. During the cooking process I flip the meat only once.

I'm looking forward to mixing this oil with Fig or Mango to see what could be next on the favorite mixture list.