While visiting friends in Phoenix, we were looking for something nearby and different to do. We can across the QCOM in a book and decided to check it out. It was an easy drive from the city, took us about 45 minutes.
As another review said it is small, and their main olive grove is not on-site, but it was still lovely. We opted for the 30 minute tour. Our tour guide, Chris, was terrific....very knowledgeable and entertaining. He talked to us outside for about 10-15 minutes and then we went inside to learn about the olive oil making process.
They have a lot of interesting olive-related items for sale, plus free copies of some tasty looking recipes. We had lunch there too...two of us has breakfast-type meals and the other two had sandwiches. Everything was delicious! Lunch for two adults was ~$20.
You definitely won'y spend a day there, but it was a fun and different way to spend a morning, not something you expect to find in AZ, and I would definitely go back next time I am in the area. In the meantime, I'll just order from them online! :)
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