Category: Tea

Responsible, healthy and tasty: syderidis, wild tea that has been allowed to grow under the Greek sun in the Taygetos, the mountain range in the Peloponnese. The wild tea is picked in spring by local farmers, providing them with an additional source of income. The other varieties, such as Greek chamomile, sage and saffron, are also grown organically and give you a surprising taste explosion at home.

Greek saffron from the region of Kozani, in northern Greece. Organically grown. Awarded many times at international competitions. Belongs to the best saffron in the world.

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Greek saffron from the Kozani region in the north of Greece. Awarded many times at international competitions. Belongs to the best saffron in the world.

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Sage herbs from the mountains of Makedonia. To make sage tea and for various dishes.

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Greek mountain tea from the mountains of Macedonia. This pot contains only the flowers, which contain the most flavour.

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Greek tea

We sell different types of teas: natural mountain tea, saffron tea, camomile tea, sage tea and saffron flavoured tea. Greece has an extremely suitable climate for this mountain tea. The country gets many hours of sunshine, has clean air and a dry, arid landscape, which are the right conditions for Greek mountain tea. Greek mountain tea owes its name to the herb Sideritis, which grows at altitudes above 1,000 metres in a rocky environment. This makes Greek mountain tea also look beautiful, like a kind of blossom. With its distinctive aroma and many healthy essential oils, Greek mountain tea has a unique flavour that is worth trying. Shepherd's tea is full of antioxidants and has a cleansing effect, and recent research has shown that it rejuvenates brain cells. Greek mountain tea can be drunk either cold or hot.

Saffron tea

This 'gold of the earth' comes from nature's most precious plant, the saffron flower, also known as the crocus flower. In Kozani, Northern Greece, grows this unique flower with a beautiful story. Crocus blooms only once a year, in October, for barely two weeks, creating a purple magic carpet as far as the eye can see. The flowers are harvested daily, just after the morning dew has evaporated and the saffron antioxidants are at their peak. After all the flowers are gathered, the fields look empty, but at dawn the crocus blooms again. The petals are separated by hand from the saffron stigmas and stamens immediately after picking, after which the stigmas are dried so that the saffron reaches its highest potency. One hundred and fifty thousand flowers hand-picked by the villagers during the harvest yield just one kilo of Krokos stigmas. A painstaking process that makes saffron more valuable than gold itself. New studies conclude that saffron has strong antioxidant properties that can neutralise free radicals, while also improving brain function and especially memory. Definitely worth a try!

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