You've probably tried filet mignon, maybe even dry aged steaks, or if you're truly a steak connoisseur, maybe you've tried the exclusive Wagyu beef at a high-end restaurant. But few of even the most passionate steak-lovers have had the chance to try Olive Wagyu. Only 2200 olive Wagyu exist, with a few chosen each month for and even some well-versed in Wagyu will not be able to tell you where to find some.
With the highest grades (A5) being sold for $240 a pound, that price is doubled when it reaches the restaurant table. These cows live off of a diet of specially toasted and caramelized olives. This gives them the highest fat content of any cow, and it means above all steaks, the ultimate "melt in your mouth" feeling. So sit back and let your taste buds go wild. Maybe you'll be lucky enough to try it one day.