Costco Terra Delyssa Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil Review

Organic EVO from Costco that comes in a glass bottle!

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So I already reviewed the Costco Kirkland Signature Extra Virgin Olive Oil here and I think it’s a great product but just recently I decided to start limiting the products that I buy that come in plastic, therefore I picked up this lovely organic extra virgin olive oil from Costco to review!

Today I’m reviewing the Costco Terra Delyssa Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil. I found this product near the other olive oils and balsamic vinegar. The item number is 362996.

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This tastes like… olive oil. I love olive oil and I use it all the time and this tastes like high quality extra virgin olive oil. This particular olive oil doesn’t exactly stand out, but it tastes as good as any high quality olive oil I’ve purchased in the past, which is pretty good!

I didn’t buy it because I was looking for a new flavor; to be honest, I bought it because it came in glass while the other olive oils available were in plastic.

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I do wonder if storing it in glass may keep it tasting better over an extended period of time but I doubt I’ll be able to notice a difference.


I paid $13.99 Canadian for the two 1 L bottles of organic extra virgin olive oil.

Considering the olive oil is organic and comes in glass I’m very impressed by the price!


There’s so many ways to use olive oil! I use it mostly to roast veggies and potatoes in the oven, use it for baking chicken and I make salad dressings with olive oil.

The olive oil has a cool QR code that you can scan to fully find out exactly how your olive oil got from your orchard to you!

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The best before date is about a year and a half from the date we purchased the olive oil.

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This is organic, gluten-free, non-GMO and is made in Tunisia! The olives are grown in pesticide free orchards using sustainable farming methods.

Extra virgin olive oil is known for it’s health benefits, one tablespoon is 120 calories, 14 grams of fat, zero grams of carbohydrates and zero grams of protein. Although high in fat and calories; they’re coming from a healthy source.

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I will repurchase this Terra Delyssa Extra Virgin Olive Oil in the future for sure, I love that it’s organic, high quality tasting and comes in glass.


Taste: 8/10 (tastes like high quality olive oil)

Cost: 10/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 10/10 (evo is so good for you)


Give it a try!

If you’re looking for a non GMO, organic extra virgin olive oil from Costco I recommend this Terra Delyssa!

What’s your favorite way to use extra virgin olive oil?

Please note that this review was not paid for or sponsored by any third party. This product was purchased by Costcuisine for the purpose of producing this review. The opinions in this review are strictly those of Costcuisine. Costcuisine is not affiliated with Costco or any of its suppliers. In the event that Costcuisine receives compensation for a post from the manufacturer of a product or some other third party, the arrangement will be clearly disclosed (including where the manufacturer of a product provides Costcuisine with a free sample of the product).

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19 thoughts on “Costco Terra Delyssa Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil Review”

  1. An excellent oil
    Today bought it at Costco Toronto 2 bottles blister pack in glass bottles for the sum of
    $23.99..that is quite a steep price for olive oil.
    Always a good price usually around $19.99 for 2 bottles in a blister pack at 3 packs of 2 bottles in each pack cost of
    $71.97..puzzling why price went up considerably.

  2. I have been using nothing but olive oil for years, for salads, stir-fry, you name it. At my recent trip to Costco a few months ago, I got two bottles of Terra Delyssa, and I’m very happy with it. I love that it’s organic, extra virgin, and first cold press. And as others have mentioned, I appreciate the glass bottle. The taste is good, without being too strong. I would buy it again!

  3. I’ve used this brand for YEARS without issue. I agree with Natalie’s review – a good quality oil which is very consistent, since the olives are sourced strictly from Tunisia – and I also avoid products in plastic.

  4. Just opened my bottle (March 11, 2022) bought at Costco a few weeks ago and it has gross color, very thick and not at all what an olive oil should be. I am returning them to Costco and will continue buying other brand.
    Exp date 01/11/2023.

  5. Hello,
    I am wondering how it is possible to sell Canada Organic certified olive oil so cheap. Tunisia doesn’t have the organic equivalency arrangement with Canada so they had to get it certified by an accredited body.
    I tried to find the organic certificate on their website but couldn’t. Doesn’t make much sense to me

    • HI Vlad,
      the orchards, the mills and the whole process handling Terra Delyssa is certified Organic USDA and Canada equivalent. the certifying body is ECOCERT .
      The production process is audited and certified by different international firms.
      Because terra delyssa is such a favorite with costco members, Costco audits the Terra Delyssa plants every year as well for food safety, quality under the highest international food standards : IFS and BRC.
      besides organic and manufacturing practices , Terra Delyssa is also certified for environmental and sustainable practices and is is a carbon neutral manufacturer (study and certification in progress).

  6. I purchased this Olive Oil in late December of 2020 as I was attending a Doctor far away from where I live. I have kept it in a cool pantry, and was impressed because of the glass and financial cost.
    Now in May of 2021, I went to use this again. The bottle has been barely used, and I wonder how to return this, as I do not live near a Costco, and find that it has gone rancid and wonder how I will return same as I do not live anywhere near a Costco??

    • As I understand it, once you open a bottle of olive oil, you have two, maybe three months to use it before it goes bad. If you opened it and then went away, leaving it opened in the cool pantry, then that’s probably why it went bad, because it simply doesn’t last that long once opened.

      • People are quite retarded if you open up the bottle and use it you can’t return it. simple as that unless you found out right then and there was bad. You have to use it within a month or two. People have no brains I swear!

    • Went rancid in glass that quickly? Either you are hypersensitive to a slight change, left the lid off, or are just plain lying.

  7. I have tried a few different types of olive oil and am very pleased with this brand. That being said I am certainly not a coinsurer by any means, I have found this review very helpful.


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