Victoria’s family- owned olive grove Mount Zero Olives has re-released its Yuzu Extra Virgin Olive Oil and developed a new Dirty Olive Brine and Marinated Olive pouches to expand its range. 


After a sell-out run earlier in the year, Mount Zero has re-released its signature Yuzu Extra Virgin Olive Oil. The agrumato-style oil is a collaboration with citrus growers Mountain Yuzu.

Olive Brine 

The new Dirty Olive Brine has been made in collaboration with local producers Maidenii and Grainshaker. Through natural fermentation, the filtered brine has been created as a by-product of the olive curing process. 

It can be used in a martini, bloody mary or in salad dressings, pasta sauces and homemade hummus. 

Olive pouches 

The Marinated Olive Pouches have been released in a new look and are made for on-the-go snacking. 

The olive pouches are available in three flavours which include Salt Cured Kalamata Olives, Citrus & Thyme MarinateOlives and Pepperberry & Roseberry Marinated Olives. 

 The Yuzu Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Dirty Olive Brine and Marinated Olive Pouches are sold for RRP $25.95, $12.95 and $4.50 respectively. 


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