Recently we were reviewed by Stuart Real Estate:
A Neat Place in Stuart: Two Olive Trees
One of the things I love about living in Stuart is the small town feel combined with the convenience of living in a city. While chains and franchises have their benefits, I love the funky little stores and restaurants unique to the area.
A welcome new addition to Stuart is Two Olive Trees. Located in Regency Plaza, Two Olive Trees is a chef’s dream, but anyone who has ever turned on The Food Network will appreciate it. This delightful store features a variety of incredible olive oils, balsamic vinegars, spices, bruschetta, pesto, salts, jams and chocolates. But the real stars of the store are the olive oils and balsamic vinegars. There are specialty infused and fused olive oils like Tuscan Herb and Milanese Gremololata, as well as extra fresh virgin olive oils crushed in the autumn of 2012.
During a recent visit I couldn’t leave without purchasing some delicious Wild Mushroom and Sage Infused Olive Oil. My wife’s favorite is the Blood Orange olive oil, which she enjoys in dressings, drizzled over fish or even as a breakfast treat with some crusty bread. Two Olive Trees and balsamic vinegars are stored and displayed in casks, inviting you to sample the oil. With so many incredible options, selecting a favorite is difficult, but when you do, the helpful staff will then bottle it up for you in the quantity of your choosing.
You don’t need to be a gourmet chef to love and appreciate The Olive Pit because the staff is not only helpful and friendly, but extremely knowledgeable as well. Kaelyn offered suggestions of pairings, such as Eureka Lemon Fused Olive Oil (whole lemons cold pressed with olives) with Honey Ginger Balsamic Vinegar, and cooking suggestions like Herbs de Provence Olive Oil with chicken.
You can check out Two Olive Trees at www.2olivetrees.org, but hey, you live in Stuart, so stop in and enjoy the experience first hand. And if you don’t live in Stuart—you might find Two Olive Trees (combined with our perfect weather) worth a trip.
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