Abu Snan's Millstone Extracted Olive Oil - Smooth, Zesty, and Full Body [Harvest Year: 2023]
Abu Snan's Millstone Extracted Olive Oil - Smooth, Zesty, and Full Body [Harvest Year: 2023]
Abu Snan's Millstone Extracted Olive Oil - Smooth, Zesty, and Full Body [Harvest Year: 2023]
Abu Snan's Millstone Extracted Olive Oil - Smooth, Zesty, and Full Body [Harvest Year: 2023]

Abu Snan's Millstone Extracted Olive Oil - Smooth, Zesty, and Full Body [Harvest Year: 2023]

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Abu Snan's Millstones Olive Oil, cultivated in the hills of Abu Snan, boasts a smooth, zesty, and full-bodied flavor. Passed down through generations, the olives are carefully harvested and processed using ancient millstones, then through a modern steel drum machine. This results in a luxurious oil, marrying tradition with modern finesse. Experience the unique blend of smoothness and zest, followed by a satisfying full-bodied richness—a true reflection of the region's climate and soil. 

Abu Snan's Millstones Extracted Olive Oil can be used for a variety of culinary purposes, such as raw fish and raw meat, salads, spicy and herbal sauces.

25.3 fl oz (750ml).

Farmer - Ahmad Nayef Al-haj (read about him below 👇)

In the heart of the Galilee region, where the ancient whispers of Abu Snan echo through time, a tale of heritage unfolds. This local council, with its roots reaching back to 1964, stands as a testament to the rich history woven into its 4,750 dunams of land. As the sun-kissed hills cradle this sacred ground, Abu Snan emerges as a mosaic of religious diversity, embracing a Muslim majority, alongside vibrant Druze and Christian communities.

In the tapestry of Abu Snan's past, ancient stones find new purpose in modern homes, a symbolic bridge between eras. Graves, presses for oil and vine, and rock-hewn cisterns tell stories etched in the very fabric of the land.

Journeying back to the Crusader era, the Teutonic Knights left their mark on Abu Snan, known then as Busnen. Yet, no Crusader remnants linger within the village, leaving behind a legacy intertwined with the sands of time.

With the advent of the Ottoman Empire in 1517, Abu Snan joined the intricate mosaic of Palestine. Ottoman tax registers of 1596 unveil a vibrant community, paying homage to the land with wheat, barley, olive trees, and the hum of daily life.

Through the eyes of explorers like Victor Guérin in 1875, Abu Snan's essence unfolds—a tapestry of 400 souls, a blend of Druzes and Greek Orthodox Christians. The village, a living relic, embraced fragments from an ancient past, crafting a chapel for St. George.

The British Mandate brought census numbers and revealed the coexistence of Muslims, Druzes, and Christians. Fast forward to today, where Abu Snan, with its 2021 population of 14,455, stands as a harmonious blend of faiths, a beacon of unity.

In this hallowed ground, the importance of olive oil, a cultural cornerstone, resonates through generations. As Abu Snan's olives flourish in the sun-drenched hills, the millstones bear witness to a timeless tradition, crafting an oil that mirrors the spirit of this sacred land—a land where history and harmony converge.

Store in a cool, dry place, shielded from direct sunlight or heat.

This olive oil maintains optimal quality for a minimum of two years. Beyond this period, while there may be a slight reduction in acidity and phenol levels, it remains suitable for use.

  1. Rich in Antioxidants: Extra virgin olive oil is loaded with antioxidants, such as vitamin E and polyphenols, which help combat oxidative stress and protect cells from damage.
  2. Heart Health: The monounsaturated fats in olive oil are known to support heart health by reducing bad cholesterol levels and lowering the risk of heart disease.
  3. Anti-Inflammatory Properties: The anti-inflammatory compounds in olive oil can help alleviate inflammation throughout the body, potentially reducing the risk of chronic diseases.
  4. Vitamin Boost: Besides vitamin E, olive oil also contains vitamin K, which is crucial for blood clotting and bone health.
  5. Digestive Health: Olive oil can aid digestion by promoting the production of digestive enzymes and helping to regulate bowel movements, contributing to a healthy digestive system.


We ship our product from a US partner warehouse, in prime condition to preserve the olive oil quality, delivery takes between 2-5 business days to arrive.


Our partner warehouse in Germany ships all over the EU, including non-EEA countries, and delivery should take 2-9 business days


Our products are shipped from a warehouse in Bristol, and delivery is made through Royal Mail with expected delivery between 1-3 business days.

Rest of the world:

We offer shipping to UAE, Australia, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain through our store, and take on 50% of the shipping cost.

Our olive oil is shipped to you with a traditional fabric bag, designed to to make Labaneh - one of the best combinations with olive oil.

Step-by-step guide to make Labaneh

We want you to be completely satisfied with your purchase, so we offer a 30-day return policy for all orders. If for any reason you are not satisfied with your order, please contact our customer service team to initiate a return. Please note that the item must be unused and in its original packaging to be eligible for a return. Once we receive your returned item, we will process your refund or exchange within 5 business days.

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Ahmad Nayef Al-haj

In the heart of Abu Snan, Ahmad Nayef Al-haj, a living legend at over 70 years old, has cultivated the ancestral olive groves for seven generations. With calloused hands and a weathered face, Ahmad is a master of the land, known for his timeless dedication to the art of olive farming. His family's expansive estate, passed down through the years, stands as a testament to his enduring commitment to tradition. In the embrace of the Galilean sun, Ahmad tends to his groves, bridging the past and present, embodying the spirit of Abu Snan's agricultural heritage.