Best Almond Oils in 2020



Jean LeBlanc French Almond Oil Stone Mill cold pressed 8 fl oz Review:


I wanted to find a good Almond oil for salads. So I tried this one, and 'Sweet Almond Oil' by Oleic Bovera (more expensive) and 'Alive, Organic Almond Oil' by Living Tree Community Foods (less expensive). I like Jean LeBlanc French Almond Oil the best because it smells like almonds. The other two really don't. I'm guessing that the one that actually smells like almonds has to be better for my health (wider range of oil soluble vitamins and less extreme processing methods).
I'm only going to buy this one going forward!



La Tourangelle Roasted Almond Oil 16.9 Fl. Oz, All-Natural, Artisanal, Great for Salads, Grilled Fish and Meat, or Pasta Review:


Recently, I have come to favor roasted nut oils to add variety to salad dressings and to sauteed vegetables. La Tourangelle offers a very good line of these oils. Roasted almond or walnut oils 'double down' on the nut flavor in rice pilaf or in chicken sautes. These oils have a higher smoking point than olive oil and so higher searing temperatures can be used without 'burning' the oil. The roasted almond flavor provides a good 'finish' to sole almandine. There is no bitterness in this oil, so it is not like almond extract, as used in baking. This is the oil to use if you want a lighter 'nutty' flavor that toasted sesame oil provides. Lemon juice and zest combine easily with it. The wide top is easily opened by older hands and provides for a controlled pour if a cook is paying reasonable attention to the task. The top seals easily and securely. I'll 'keep this coming!'



La Tourangelle Sweet Almond Oil 16.9 Fl. Oz., For Both Cooking or Skin Care, Great for Massage or High-Heat Cooking Review:


Recently, I have come to favor roasted nut oils to add variety to salad dressings and to sauteed vegetables. La Tourangelle offers a very good line of these oils. Roasted almond or walnut oils 'double down' on the nut flavor in rice pilaf or in chicken sautes. These oils have a higher smoking point than olive oil and so higher searing temperatures can be used without 'burning' the oil. The roasted almond flavor provides a good 'finish' to sole almandine. There is no bitterness in this oil, so it is not like almond extract, as used in baking. This is the oil to use if you want a lighter 'nutty' flavor that toasted sesame oil provides. Lemon juice and zest combine easily with it. The wide top is easily opened by older hands and provides for a controlled pour if a cook is paying reasonable attention to the task. The top seals easily and securely. I'll 'keep this coming!'



365 Everyday Value, Almond Oil, 8.4 fl oz Review:


As is usual, most herbal and natural solutions to skin and hair have a strong foundation in Ayurveda. We use Almond oil for treating dry skin and hair (scalp). Typically, Almond oil sold for cosmetic purposes is a blend of around 20-30% Almond oil in coconut oil or other base.
This one is pure and we found it to be a lot more effective on dry skin and hair. I highly recommend having this product. It has different properties from coconut oil, so it is not interchangeable with coconut oil. Also, this is refined oil, which is fine for external application (we use cold-pressed for edible use).



Baja Precious - Sweet Almond Oil, 1 Gallon Review:


I have been using Almond Oil for a long time to make my homemade products. I wanted to purchase a larger container because I do through Almond Oil like crazy. I had been searching and pricing different sizes and this gal from Baja Precious was the best. I received it quickly which I was certainly surprised.

The oil is a light yellow and very see through. It does not have a strong smell. Which for me is great as I dont need anything too overpowering for my products. I like that is food grade safe. Almond Oil has so many beneficial factors just like Coconut Oil. You can use it as a skin moisturizer right after a shower. Before you dry off, spritz the Almond Oil on and let it soak in with the water. Your skin will feel soft, silky and smooth.

I use the Almond Oil to make lotions, scrubs, lip balms, soaps and more. You would be amazed at how many wonderful things you can change in your home to get rid of the nasty toxins and chemicals in commercial products. Another thing I loved was the almonds are grown in the United States and the Oil is processed here too.



Baja Precious - Sweet Almond Oil, 750ml (25.3 Fl Oz) Review:


I love sweet almond oil not only to cook with but to add to fresh salad with poppy seed. This almond oil has a nice subtle flavor. The price is more than fair compared to other brands that taste no different. Highly recommend that you treat yourself.



Macadamia Nut Oil | 3 x 16 oz Bottles | Premium Cold Pressed | 100% Pure Virgin | Food Grade | Vegetarian, Non-GMO, Gluten Free | Safe for Cooking, Great for Hair and Skin | by Carlyle Review:


We recently did a 5 days fast to restart our bodies and began the KETO diet habit. I like deep fried food, so I settle for pan fry using the oil. I does gets a bit smoky when cook at a high heat, but its better than butter or coconut oil. I uses them in other ways. I finished cooking some salmon patties again, the flavor is AWESOME! I saved the extra cooked oil from yesterday's fry and used it up today, it did not altered the taste at all. Only one suggestion, if the was in glass containers it would be more tasty. Would recommend this product. Now I'm in search of same oil in glass containers.



Spectrum Naturals Oil Almond Refined Sweet, 16 oz Review:


Great product. You can cook on high temperatures with this oil. We mistakenly were cooking everything in olive oil not realizing that temperatures exceeding 400 degrees caused release of free radicals. Now, I only use olive oil in lower temp baked goods, salads and on bread. This size is also perfect. I can't get this size bottle in stores in my area.