With just one bite, Stories of Greek Origin’s products transport you into the lush mountains of Greece or the stunning coastline of the Aegean Sea.
Try their delicious herbs—from Oregano or Thyme to the soothing Mountain Tea—or the fruity, aromatic Extra Virgin Olive Oil that would satiate olive oil producers from around the world.
We love Stories of Greek Origins because they give the utmost respect to their growers, partners and consumers, while fostering values of nutrition, health, simplicity, and purity in everyday eating. Picture perfect, right?
Sitia Lasithi Crete P.D.O. Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Try the Sitia Lasithi Crete P.D.O. Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO)—fresh, mild and aromatic with a fruity flavor. Made in the picturesque mountains above Sitia, Greece, the extended sunshine and the rich nutrients make this oil a must-try. Pour on top of a freshly toasted slice of baguette. Use on salads, as an alternative to butter, to keep fish and meat moist while cooking, and in sauces, creams, and gravies. Take a bite, close your eyes, and just feel the white-hot Grecian sun touching your face.
Wild Organic Oregano and Wild Organic Thyme
Wild Organic Oregano and Thyme impart an interesting Mediterranean flavor for your salads, fish, meat and poultry—just to name a few. Prepare a lemon-olive oil sauce with Wild Organic Oregano and drizzle on your salad or protein for a taste so refreshing. Don’t forget—Oregano is an excellent addition to your barbeque dish, too. Pairing well with other herbs, Thyme shines as an infusion in cookies, breads, and other sweets. Thyme is also the chief herb in Cajun and Creole cuisines, providing that extra zing.
Organic Wild Mountain Tea
Perfect to settle down with on a chilly spring day, the aromatic Organic Wild Mountain Tea is grown in the high altitudes of the Grecian Pindos Mountains. Feeling a bit under the weather? These wild, ethereal herbs are believed to fend off weak immune systems, cure colds, respiratory ailments, stomach issues, anxiety, and act as an anti-inflammatory. You could even call this a “wonder”-tea!
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