This celebrated oil from Pujols in the southwest is not actually made from plums at all but from D?agin prune seeds. Disappointed? You won?t be. Since first gaining international recognition at the 2002 Paris Food Show, the almondy, aromatic, marzipan-like flavor has been accenting sauces, differentiating desserts and wowing tastebuds left and right. More complex than almond oil, more perfumed than plum oil, taste what the French have known since the middle ages. This true original is very much a plum.