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This Williamsburg olive oil store stocks seasonally rotating single-olive varietals in custom-built stainless steel tanks.

By Christopher Ross
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The wine-bar tap trend arrives in specialty food shops, thanks to this Williamsburg olive-oil store, where the green elixir flows from spouts. Custom-built stainless-steel tanks dispense single-varietal olive oils, as well as versions flavored with ingredients like blood oranges, Eureka lemons and basil. Taste through the range of 12 seasonally rotating varieties—the agricultural product has a one-year shelf life—before choosing one to be bottled on-site. Current offerings a grassy, slightly bitter favolosa from Chile; a crisp, clean nocellara from Sicily; and a sweet, pungent melgarejo hojiblanca from Spain. But the stock will give way to other European selections as the harvest season shifts to different regions. Bottles of aged balsamic vinegars, truffle oils, and olive-based soaps and lotions line the reclaimed-wood shelves, while a table showcases handsome olive-wood products (salad bowls, bread baskets, ladles and cutting boards) from Tunisia. 60 Broadway between Berry St and Wythe Ave, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (718-384-0304)

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