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Manni the Oil of Life "Leopard"

Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Collectible Limited Edition


Tuscany, Italy


Know your Oil:

Acidity: 0.17%

Polyphenols: 560mg



Olive Variety: 

Olivastra Seggianese +Leccio del Corno + Frantoio + Leccino + Moraiolo



Tasting notes:

This elegant, organic extra virgin olive oil has a rich mouth-feel and mild yet complex flavor profiles.



It this a truly versatile extra virgin olive oil that will create delicious alchemy of any ingredients in a meal. Whether you're whipping up a Mediterranean-inspired dish or simply savouring its unique taste on its own, this oil elevates every culinary experience. Try drizzling with crushed pepper and sea salt and enjoy with a crusty baguette. When making pasta, add to aglio e olio or lemon-herb pasta for a hint of richness.



The Oil of Life: As Seen in The New York Times and Forbes "A Special Tuscan olive oil for everyday use." - The New York Times


"Liquid Gold." - Forbes


Winner of many gold medals recent years. This ultra high-quality, antioxidant-rich oil is designed for daily indulgence as part of one’s daily rituals for well-being and pleasure. This elegant, organic extra virgin olive oil has a rich mouthfeel and mild yet complex flavor profiles making it a truly versatile extra virgin olive oil that creates delicious alchemy of the ingredients in every meal.

The collectible, limited-edition bottles have eye-catching graphic designs and special 99.99% UV ray-resistant glass. Set a striking table and make every meal a celebration of life.
THE OIL OF LIFE is certified: Organic - Toscano PGI (Protected Geographical Indication) - Kosher for Passover – Hala MANNI is also scientifically certified—high in antioxidants. It’s an organic Tuscan extra virgin olive oil that fights free radical damage and aging of the body. The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) made a health claim* about the extra virgin olive oil and its antioxidant activity (anti-aging) and the decreased Risk of Coronary Heart Disease with a minimum intake of 20gr of oil per day with 5 mg of hydroxytyrosol and its derivatives. Our oil has 30% more hydroxytyrosol and its derivatives than recommended by the EFSA Health Claim as a Reference Daily Intake (RDI) to protect your health. Certified by the University of Florence.



In 2000, passionate gourmet and wine collector Armando Manni founded MANNI® Oil in Tuscany while working with the University of Florence and the National Research Council of Italy (CNR) to create a unique, sustainable process called “Live Oil.” MANNI® organic, extra virgin olive oil is the only olive oil in the world to maintain its extra virgin quality and taste for almost three years in a market where competitors can only sustain theirs for a few months. MANNI® Oil is not just extraordinary in taste and longevity, it offers unparalleled health benefits, and boasts the highest levels of antioxidants (phenols) in the market.
"Critics have likened its purity to that of a fruit juice or a fine wine. Top chefs put it aside to offer their most favoured guests. Tasting them was mind-blowing. I had no difficulty agreeing with the large claim that these were the world's best olive oils." -The Observer, Paul Levy, U.K.

As a result, MANNI is the extra virgin olive oil chosen and served by the world’s top chefs including Thomas Keller, Heston Blumenthal, Tetsuya Wakuda, Pierre Gagnaire, and Daniel Bolud. It has also been praised by press coverage in a variety of media with reach and influence over a highly sought after global audience: The Today Show, New York Times, Wine Spectator, Gourmet, Los Angeles Times, Departures, Washington Post, Food & Wine, W magazine, Wall Street Journal Europe, Gambero Rosso, and L’Espresso, etc MANNI® Oil has become the new standard for extra virgin olive oil and, in 2005 and in 2006, was selected for inclusion in the exclusive gift basket provided to Oscar presenters at the Academy Awards.

MANN The Oil of Life Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil “Leopard” ITALY 250ml

  • Italy is renowned for producing premium olive oil known for its exceptional quality, diverse flavors, and rich cultural heritage. Factors contributing to its status include diverse climates, various olive tree varieties, stringent quality standards, artisanal production, and its vital role in Italian cuisine. Italy's reputation as a top olive oil producer is bolstered by its thriving export market and the use of high-quality olive oil in traditional dishes.

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