Our Favorite Condiment Is Finally Back in Stock — Get It Before You Get Stuck on the Waitlist

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Brightland Pizza Oil bottle on table.
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Get your favorite pizza recipes ready, because pizza’s best friend is back! As of today, June 5, Brightland has re-launched their popular Pizza Oil! The AAPI-founded pantry essentials brand has brought back (after a brief hiatus) one of our favorite condiments to ever exist. And no, we aren’t exaggerating.

Sold at $25 for a 12-ounce bottle, this pizza oil is made with cold-pressed California extra virgin olive oil infused with cayenne pepper, jalapeño, basil, garlic, and rosemary. According to Brightland, this oil has a “subtle vegetal heat” with “cut notes of green pepper and oregano backed by fresh, fruity olive oil flavors.”

Brightland’s Pizza Oil will exclusively be sold on its website, but we have a feeling the product won’t last long. Initially their Pizza Oil sold out in a matter of days, with a restock wait list of over 10,000 customers. This condiment is literally too hot to handle.

While this oil is the kind of thing you want to drizzle on pizza, it has a versatility far beyond your slice. Drizzle it on fried eggs or your avocado toast, toss it in your favorite salad (like a fresh summer Caprese), or incorporate it into your favorite pasta dishes (you could keep it on theme with this pepperoni pizza baked pasta). This Pizza Oil could even work well for an appetizer — just dunk slices of this easy rosemary focaccia into it.

Sure, a drizzle of your favorite olive oil or even that spicy-sweet Mike’s Hot Honey are great choices for your favorite slice, but we have a feeling this Pizza Oil might be the condiment you’ll always want for pizza night. Whether it’s a thick slice of grandma pizza in a sheet pan, a thin-crust pizza with all of your favorite artisanal toppings, or a classic margherita, this delectable topping will give it that spicy, fatty zing — just like your favorite pizza joint.

Buy: Brightland Pizza Oil, $25