Titan Mountain Tea
Organic Set


Original organic mountain tea (Sideritis Scardica) in a set. From cultivation at over 1200m above sea level of Mt. Othrys (Titan Mountains), Greece, high content of anthocyanins (red color), growing freely in mountain meadows, hand harvest, air-dried, rarity, 4x50g.
Character Beautiful notes of Greek wild herbs, licorice aromas, light honey sweetness, activating, very strong, alkaline-mineral
Tea Farm remote family business, specialized in herbal and mountain tea cultivation for over 50 years
Terroir Wild mountain meadows at Mt. Othrys, Greece
Harvest June, hand harvest
Cultivar Sideritis scardica (type 2, higher anthocyanin content, partly red coloration)
Drying Only gentle air drying in the shade
Elevation 1200m above sea level
Organic Cert. EU certified, since 2004
Grade 98/100 P. (category mountain tea); Highest Grade
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€139.50 / 1kg

Tea Farm

The tea is produced by a regional, multi-generational family business that has specialised in herbs and mountain tea for over 50 years.



The terroir in the legendary Titan Mountains produces a very special mountain tea. The optimal hillside location on Mount Othrys, the secluded, protected location of the mountain meadows, and not least the great experience of the tea farmers combine to produce a mountain tea of great power. It is very activating, alkaline-mineral with an aroma bouquet of Greek wild herbs, licorice aromas and a light honey sweetness. The partial red coloration of the cones indicates a higher content of anthocyanins (Sideritis scardica type 2). These contribute to the special, strong flavor


Succulent twigs, full umbels, some of which appear reddish, with yellow flowers


Deep red honey yellow

Mountain Tea (Sideritis)

The mountain tea Sideritis scardica is endemic to the mountains of the Balkan peninsula (Bulgaria, Greece, Albania). Shephards have consumed this tea for centuries while traveling with their herds. Depending on the terroir, mountain, and elevation, the mountain tea plant can develop a different array of compounds which affect aroma and flavour. The best mountain teas are grown wild at over 1,200m elevation. Premium mountain teas are made from the upper stems of the plants with thick flowers that are hand-harvested and air-dried.

Cultivation & Processing

Mountain tea Sideritis Scardica is endemic to the mountains of the Balkan Peninsula (Bulgaria, Greece, Albania). Depending on the terroir / mountain and altitude, the plant forms different ingredients and aromas. It is so deeply rooted in Greek culture that it is also commonly referred to as Greek mountain tea. For centuries, shepherds have been drinking this tea when traveling with their flocks. One of the most famous terroirs in Greece for this tea, besides Mt. Olympus, are the slopes of Mount Othrys in the Titan Mountains. Mount Othrys is the site of the battle of the Greek gods against the Titans, who settled on Mount Olympus after their victory under Zeus.It grows there in its natural habitat at an altitude of about 1200m in the best location. For the tea, only the native seeds of the wild mountain tea of the area are sown in the mountain meadows. The plants then grow on their own without further processing and are influenced only by the picturesque and beautiful nature.In June, at the flowering stage, the tea is finally harvested by hand when the plants have the highest content of polyphenols. Only the upper juicy stems and the full umbels with spikes are carefully selected. Then these are dried in the most gentle way in the air, hanging in the shade, and then packaged for us.

Single Origin

This tea comes 100% from the above mountain meadows at Mt. Othrys, direct purchase from the tea farmer.


Organic Certification


Brewing Guide

Crush 2-3 twigs with stems and umbels, add to 300-400ml water, infuse for 10 minutes (the tea tastes especially good with honey, or a few drops of lemon). For a stronger tea (stronger and more bitter), as above, but with 500ml water, simmer for 3 minutes and infuse for another 5-10 minutes.


Directly from the manufacturer for us in food safe and BPA free packaging.

Recommended Teapot

The ideal teapot is a spacious one made of glass or porcelain, with an integrated strainer.

Recommended Storage

Ideally store is in an internally coated, airtight tea caddy.

Side Effects

Not known. It is recommended not to drink the tea during pregnancy and lactation due to its high flavonoid content. The same applies to young children under 4 years.

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