Olives Unstuffed Tasting House opens in Kimberley

The OU Tasting House is a food lover’s paradise featuring a huge variety of vinegars and olive oils.

Picture of table with various bottles of olive oils on it.

One of Kimberley's newest storefronts in the Platz, the Olives Unstuffed Tasting House offers a wide variety of speciality olives oils and balsamic vinegars. — Photo: BetterBook

Welcome to one of the Kootenay’s newest and most unique businesses. Kimberley’s OU Tasting House is open and welcoming customers – that is Olives Unstuffed Tasting House.

The OU Tasting House is a new store in Kimberley’s Platz. It is a food lover’s paradise featuring a huge variety of vinegars and olive oils—products that are not readily available anywhere else in the Kootenays.

OU Tasting House is tapping into one of the fastest growing trends in food purveying by offering a wide variety of specialty olive oils and balsamic vinegars. Savour the experience at the Kootenay’s newest “foodie” destination. Be sure to check in regularly for more new and exciting products.

OU Tasting House looks forward to welcoming Kimberley and Cranbrook residents, customers from throughout the East and West Kootenay, and the store is sure to become a must stop for visitors from near and far to Kimberley as well.

Owned and operated by Nancy Gibson, since November 2016.

For a full profile see: http://betterbook.ca/profile/view/olives-unstuffed-tasting-house

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