Mountain Tea Health Motivation, Shepherd's tea, Healthy living, Caffeine free, Sideritis clandestina, herbal tea, Wild Mountain Tea
Mountain Tea, Health Motivation, Shepherd's tea, Healthy living, Caffeine free, Sideritis clandestina, herbal tea, Wild Mountain Tea
Shepherds Tea Herbal, Wild Greek Mountain Tea from Mountain Parnonas, Sparta, Greece
Variety : "Sideritis clandestina"
Harvested by hand at 1500 meters height.
All dried naturally.
You can make up to 30 cups, depending on also how "strong" taste you like.
If conserved properly in a dark and dry place, mountain tea has an average life span of about 3 years.
It's Natural caffeine free - All family members can enjoy it at anytime.
- Origin and History -
The tea is hand-picked from Mountain Parnonas in Lakonia, at elevations over 1000 meters.This rare tea is also known as "Shepherd's Tea" because Greek shepherds would use the plants to make a brewed tea while tending to their flocks on the mountainsides.
Let's Make Tea:
1/2 ounce of the dried leaves and flowers (you can add of cource less or more, it's up to Your taste)
1 quart of boiling water
Pour boiling water over the tea and let steep for no longer than 10 minutes.
Strain and drink (with honey, sugar, or plain).If you like you can add some drops of lemon.
You can drink this herbal tea cold too.
The quality of all the products are excellent. The wild thyme, oregano, rosemary and bay leaves elevate any dish. I enjoy the Mountain Tea. It is an herbaceous tea - a taste I like. I plan to always keep Spartan Table products in my kitchen.
I cant believe how small these soaps are. 2 fit into the palm of your hand. It could bot be used as a bidet soap as they are too small and woukdnt last at all. I cant believe I paid 60 canadian for this. I was expecting a great product. And I was extremely disappointed not to mention angry.
It’s an unexpected taste. I think it may be an acquired taste. Love the chamomile though. Thanks