Our awarded aromatic oregano belongs to one of the rarest and most praised varieties for its strong antioxidant and antibiotic properties. Its flowers are collected by hand, ensuring the protection of the plants, thus maintaining its potent aroma and intense spicy flavor. A stout representative of Mediterranean cuisine and its distinctive flavors, used in a wide range of recipes.
Greek Wild-Grown Herbs
It is ideal for salad dressings, marinades, tomato-based sauces and pairs well with vegetables, omelets, soups, pies, baked potatoes and meats.
Try using it in an aromatic herbal tea for its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and pain-killing properties.
Even a small amount is enough for great taste results. Before adding the herb to your dish or tea, rub the flowers to crush them, so that all flavors and essential oils are released.
Origanum L. heracleoticum, ssp. Hirtum
East Mani, Laconia, Peloponnese
100% natural, wild-grown, dried naturally, free of pesticides, chemical fertilizers, additives or enhancers, rich in flavor and essential oils
Hand-picked, 20 May – 5 June 2019
one star Great Taste Awards 2019, 3 stars iTQi Superior Taste Award 2017
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