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BOSTON OLIVE OIL COMPANY INFUSED OLIVE OIL :: $15.95–$36.95, plus weighted pourer, $5 :: With infusions ranging from run-of-the-mill basil to I'll-just-drink-this-out-of-the-bottle-thanks wild mushroom and sage, the Boston Olive Oil Company is a food nut's paradise. Make the rounds tasting all the oil and vinegar variations in store, take your pick, and throw in a weighted pour spout for cleaner drizzling. Boston Olive Oil Company, 262 Newbury St, Boston :: 857.277.0007 or bostonoliveoilcompany.com

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