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Organic Olympus Greek Mountain Tea

Is a perennial plant belonging to the family Lamiaceae and the genus Sideritis.

Sideritis comes from the Greek word Sidero which means iron.Legend has it that in ancient Greece this particular herb was used to heal the wounds caused by iron swords and from there it got its name.

It blooms from June to September and belongs to aromatic and medicinal plants (HERB).
It is uncultivated on Mount Olympus at an altitude of 1400 to 2000 m.

We are the biggest producers of the Olympus Mountain Tea in the world.
Our fields and natural driers are in the shadow of mount Olympus.
Everything is handmade and of course we are BIO certified!




There are plenty of olive varieties that are available in Greece. Some are preserved or cured to create table olives.

Others are used to make olive oil.

One thing is for sure; the olive tree has been part of Greek culture since ancient times.

The Ancient Greeks certainly knew how valuable it was and the tradition continues today.



Greek Feta Cheese

Feta is the most famous Greek cheese, affectionately called ‘the princess of cheeses’. The cheese is made from sheep’s milk or a mixture of sheep’s and goat’s milk (the latter should not exceed 30%). It is produced in the regions of Macedonia, Thessaly, Thrace, Epirus, the Peloponnese, and Central Greece. The cheese is made in large square or triangle-shaped molds and preserved in wooden barrels or tin containers filled with brine in order to keep it fresh and to preserve its acidity.

Greece’s dairy production dates back to ancient times and features a wide variety of cheese. Although most consumers know Feta the flagship cheese of Greece, they are less likely to be familiar with other Greek cheeses.

We can offer lot of amazing other alternatives.



Olive Oil

Greece is one of the top three olive oil-producing countries in the world, and Greek olive oil is indisputably the finest.

 Extra virgin olive oil is of exceptional quality, aroma, and taste. The oil comes from the first pressing of the olives, and no chemicals or hot water are added during processing.

 Today the Greek olive oil is regarded as the best in the world, because extra virgin olive oil comprises at least 80%.

 The high quality can be recognized mainly from the fruitiness, the bitterness and the pungency of the oil as well as its aromas, which show the freshness and health of the olives.

 All these extraordinary characteristics are the result of proper planting, maintenance and meticulous care in all the stages of olive production and harvesting.

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