Nablus' Cold Pressed Extracted Olive Oil - Smooth and Buttery [Harvest Year: 2023]
Nablus' Cold Pressed Extracted Olive Oil - Smooth and Buttery [Harvest Year: 2023]
Nablus' Cold Pressed Extracted Olive Oil - Smooth and Buttery [Harvest Year: 2023]

Nablus' Cold Pressed Extracted Olive Oil - Smooth and Buttery [Harvest Year: 2023]

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Discover Muhammad Tahir Yasin's Extra Virgin Olive Oil, handpicked from ancient 300-500-year-old trees in Nablus. This golden elixir captures the essence of the land and the dedication of four generations of the Yasin family.

With a smooth texture and delicate balance of flavors, this exceptional olive oil is a testament to the rich culinary heritage of Nablus and the enduring spirit of Palestinian craftsmanship.

Bring the heart of Nablus to your table with Muhammad Tahir Yasin's Extra Virgin Olive Oil. This exceptional product is not just an ingredient; it is a celebration of heritage, quality, and the unwavering commitment of a family to their craft. Secure your bottle today and embark on a culinary journey like no other.

25.3 fl oz (750ml)

Farmer - Muhammad Tahir Yasin (read about him below 👇)

Asira ash-Shamaliya, a Palestinian town nestled in the rolling hills of the Nablus Governorate, has a rich history that spans centuries. The town's name, meaning "firewood" in Arabic, speaks to the once-abundant forests that provided a livelihood for its residents.

The land around Asira ash-Shamaliya has been inhabited since ancient times, as evidenced by pottery sherds dating back to the Iron Age, Roman, Byzantine, and early Muslim eras. During the Crusader period in the 12th century, the town was known as Asine, a testament to its enduring presence in the region.

Under Ottoman rule, Asira ash-Shamaliya was part of the Jabal Sami district within the Nablus Sanjak. In the 1596 tax records, the town had a population of 19 households and 5 bachelors, all Muslim, who paid taxes on their agricultural products, such as wheat, barley, olives, and goats.

In the 19th century, Western travelers described Asira ash-Shamaliya as a considerable village with industrious inhabitants and well-built houses. The town was surrounded by gardens of fig and olive trees, a scene that remains familiar to this day.

During the British Mandate period, Asira ash-Shamaliya's population grew steadily, reaching 2,060 by 1945, all of whom were Muslim. The town's land, spanning over 30,000 dunams, was primarily used for agriculture, with a small portion dedicated to urban development.

Following the 1948 Arab-Israeli War and the 1949 Armistice Agreements, Asira ash-Shamaliya fell under Jordanian rule. After the Six-Day War in 1967, the town has been under Israeli occupation, with its land divided between Areas A, B, and C according to the 1995 accords.

Today, Asira ash-Shamaliya is home to approximately 8,813 Palestinians who continue to cultivate the land and preserve the town's rich heritage. The ancient olive groves that surround the town serve as a reminder of the generations who have called this place home, and the enduring connection between the people and the land.

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.

Muhammad Tahir Yasin

Muhammad Tahir Yasin, a fourth-generation olive farmer from Nablus, embodies the rich agricultural heritage of his family. As the eldest, he manages the entire olive oil production process, ensuring the highest quality and authenticity. The secret lies in the fertile soil of Aseera and Yasin's commitment to traditional methods, such as same-day cold-pressing. The ancient olive trees, spanning 200 to 500 years, stand as a testament to the enduring legacy of the land. Through his dedication, Yasin preserves his family's tradition while sharing the essence of Nablus with the world.