I’ve just spent over an

I’ve just spent over an hour putting Danish oil on my new shelves and also onto some CD racks I’ve had lurking here for a while. It’s quite a therapeutic task, with obvious and tangible results (not least being the oily smell that is now well and truly ingrained in my hands in spite of repeated scrubbing). But, as with many therapeutic tasks, the mind can wander. Where does Danish oil come from? Is it made from freshly pressed Danes? Why Danish? Why not Norwegian? Can you get extra virgin Danish oil? Would that be more expensive and come in a fancy glass jar?
As usual, Google comes up with answers, or at least the sensible ones anyway.